The Best Places To Visit in Wirral

Handpicked Top 3 Places To Visit in Wirral, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1 Taylor Street, Birkenhead, Wirral CH41 1BG

Since 1995

Museum, Vintage and Classic Vehicles Collections, Trams, Buses, Cars, Bikes, Model Railways and Vintage Motorcycles Collections, Exhibitions, Displays, Workshops, Tram Ride, Community Programs, Events & Shops

Free Admission - It also includes views of ongoing projects in the museum's workshops, a 26 feet long model railway layout, a reconstructed 1930s garage scene and various other transport-related static exhibits

Price: £2.00 Adults & £1.00 Concessions

Sat & Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Whether a nostalgic trip for us older visitors or a new and exciting experience for younger folks who have never been on a tram before, this is an excellent visit. To make the most of the experience it is best to take the tram from the outside of the Woodside (Birkenhead) ferry terminal - take the ferry from Liverpool for an enhanced day out or for those travelling by car there are parking facilities available close to the terminal building. There is a large collection of photographs of trams.

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23 King George's Drive, Port Sunlight Village Trust, Wirral CH62 5DX

Since 1888

Museum, Garden, Collections, Events, Family Visits, Group Visits, Guided Village Tour, Guided Walking Tour, Museum and Village Tours, School Visits, Self-Guided Visit, Museum-Led Workshop, Eating, Drinking, Tearoom, Shops, Event Hire & Filming

It contains 900 Grade II listed buildings - It is at an elevation of between 10–23 m (33–75 ft) above sea level - It is a unique and beautiful 19th century garden village created solely for the Sunlight Soap factory workers

Price: Adults £4.50, Concessions £4.00, Children (aged 5-16) £3.25, Family ticket (2+2) £13.00 & Group of 15+ £3.50 per person

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Whilst visiting Liverpool I persuaded my husband to take me to Port Sunlight, we took the train from Liverpool which cost less than £8 return for both of us. The museum is small but very informative and a must if you do not already know the story behind Port Sunlight. I even dressed up in one of the outfits which I think are really meant for visiting school children (luckily I'm only small ha ha) After the museum you can go in one of the worker's cottages next door, it really is fascinating.

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Victoria Place, Seacombe, Wallasey, Wirral CH44 6QY

Since 2007

Children's Museum, Educational Site, Planetarium, Exhibitions, Collections, Dispalys, Space Dome Show, The Observatory, Space Ride, Children's Parties, Group Visits, School Visits, Primary School Programs, Secondary School Programs, Workshops, Special Events & Shops

Sci-Fi Icons is a private collection of Stars Wars memorabilia from one of the UK’s biggest collectors - The attraction's main topic of interest is space and space travel suited to visitors aged 7 or older

Price: Adult £9.50, Child £6.00 (5-15 Yrs), Concession £8.00, Family £24.50 (2 Adults & Up to 3 Children)

Tue - Fri 10.00am - 3.00pm
Sat & Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mon Closed

Took my autistic son here. He absolutely loved it. Not too busy but excellent value for money (we got the tickets that included the ferry across the mersey). Myself an avid Star Wars fan was over the moon with the display on show of memorabilia from the films. Actual clothing and suits! The space part downstairs has kids to do for the kids to interact with and gain loads of information about our solar system. A must for anyone. With the ferry tickets you can pop on and off around Liverpool.

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