Wirral is a peninsula of 60.35 square miles, which lies between the estuaries of two rivers.
an area of contrasts, with sandy beaches, a magnificent coastline,
views, country lanes, woodland and the peace of nature reserves, as
thriving businesses, shopping centres, and a vibrant arts, culture and
New Brighton is particularly famous for its historic promenade offering spectacular views across Liverpool Bay and the Liverpool Waterfront World Heritage Site. Traditional seaside amusements and fun fair rides can be found at the historic Art Deco Bright Spot Amusements and Funfair ride complex. A distinctive feature on the horizon is Fort Perch Rock, New Brighton ' s lighthouse, a popular attraction and outstanding heritage site. A few minutes walk from Fort Perch Rock around the promenade towards Liverpool brings you to The Magazines and Vale Park, which has a long and fascinating history.
May 2015 work was finished on the final phase of the 80m redevelopment
locations in Wirral include Birkenhead Priory, the oldest building in
Merseyside. It was granted a Royal Charter in 1330 and was the site of
first Mersey Ferry. Port Sunlight is a fascinating example of Victorian
industrial philanthropism. The village was built by the first Viscount
Leverhulme for his workers, as was much of Thornton Hough.