Birkenhead attractions

Birkenhead attractions

Ferry accross the MerseyBirkenhead is on Merseyside, a Metropolitan County since 1998 and taking its name from the River Mersey. Merseyside is divided into five separate districts - Wirral, Liverpool, St Helens, Knowsley, and Sefton. It is divided into two parts by the Mersey estuary, with the Wirral located on the west side and the rest of the county located on the east side. The northern part of Merseyside borders Lancashire to the north, Greater Manchester to the east, while both parts border Cheshire to the south.

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Attractions Birkenhead Shopping Centres. Birkenhead has two great shopping centres as well as the famous Market. The Grange Shopping Centre offers large stores and national chain stores, along with small independent shops. The Pyramids Shopping Centre has big name stores and independent retailers. Birkenhead Market offers a diverse selection of stalls. Location: In the centre of Birkenhead.

Birkenhead Shopping Centres

Attractions Europa Pools, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Wirral. CH41 6RN. Tel: 0151 647 4182. An indoor tropical paradise. Two water flume rides. Leisure and kiddies pool. Cafe and beach area. 25 metre competition pool. Fitness and health suites. Location: In the centre of Birkenhead.

Europa Pools

Attractions Warner Village, Conway Park, Birkenhead, Wirral. Tel: 0151 649 8800. Multi-screened cinema. Location: In the centre of Birkenhead.

Warner Village

Attractions Birkenhead Park. Birkenhead Park became the World's first public park in 1847, and the Park today is almost the same now as it was in the then. Plans are underway for new public toilets and a cafe, restoration of the lakes, boathouse and Swiss bridge. Several events are held in the Park during the year. Location: In the centre of Birkenhead.

Birkenhead Park

Attractions Wirral Tramway & Wirral Transport Museum, 1 Taylor Street, Birkenhead, CH41 1BG. Tel: 0151 647 2128. Birkenhead was the first place in Europe to adopt a street tramway, which ceased in 1937. The trams were brought back to life in 1995, making a short journey from Woodside to the Wirral Transport Museum. In addition to trams, the museum houses a collection of buses, cars and motorbikes. Shop. www.wirraltransportmuseum.org. Location: In the centre of Birkenhead.

Wirral Tramway & Wirral Transport Museum

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Other Attractions - Lancashire Attractions Clwyd Attractions Shropshire Attractions Derbyshire Attractions Yorkshire attractions. Also see Birkenhead Birkenhead travel. Also Ellesmere Port hotels, & Wallasey hotels.

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