Top 10 Things to Do in Birkenhead

Top 10 Things to Do in Birkenhead

Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool is a classic contemporary art gallery that provides a family-friendly environment. They encourage visitors to chat about what they're seeing and just be at home. Here, you’ll get to see some of the best art in Birkenhead…all for a pretty low price.

Underwater Street

Underwater Street is a discovery centre for all. It is full of activity and a lot of amusement. It’s especially a wonderful place for children to have some fun as they can create their own costumes, design a robot while on the magnet table, or just have fun painting.

Queensway Tunnel Tour

The Queensway Tunnel Tour is an enlightening expedition into the underground world of George’s Duck which is open to people who can hold their own while underground.

Opened in 1934, the Queensway Tunnel has gone a long way in shaping the entire Merseyside as we know it today. However, you’ll get t explore more than the “hole in the ground” that you might think the tunnel is.

Tam O’Shanter Urban Farm

The Tam O’Shanter Urban Farm is located on the very same grounds that once housed the historic thatched cottage that was used by Tam O’Shanter.

Visitors are welcome to view a wide array of animals (including pigs,, sheep, goats, geese, rabbits, cattle, guinea fowl, and much more) and learn about nature conservation and the local environment. The animals are together in small paddocks and are usually rotated so as to guard against over-grazing.

Magical Mystery Tour

Climb on the colorful Magical Mystery Tour bus and treat yourself to a fun and fascinating 2-hour tour of Beatles Liverpool. On this tour, you will see all the places that were associated with John, Paul, George and Ringo as they grew up, met each other and formed the band that would live on for generations.

St. John’s Beacon Viewing Gallery

St Johns Beacon Viewing Gallery (also known as Radio City Tower) is an observation tower and is also the second tallest free standing building in the whole of Liverpool.

Originally designed t be a chimney, the beacon stands at 452 feet above the heart of the city centre and provides a stunning panoramic view of Merseyside, Wirral, and North Wales.

VR Here

Visit VR Here and have your reality changed. G from stepping into the solar system to fighting against zombies in the Brookhaven Experiment. You can also take a dive into the ‘Blu’ Coral Reef Migration and swim back to the surface to defend a castle from an angry mob of invaders. When you’re done, simply unplug and you’re back.

Everton Stadium Tour

Are you a football fan? Then you’ll love this. Tour the epic grounds of Goodison Park and get a chance to walk the hallowed halls that have hosted some of the most iconic matches in the United Kingdom. Walk down the tunnel and get welcomed by the screams of 40,000 fans!

The Echo Wheel of Liverpool

Climb atop the amazingly high Echo Wheel of Liverpool and get treated to awesome and stunning panoramic views of some of the most famous landmarks in the city. You’ll also be treated to some interesting commentary to keep you in the loop.

Play Planet Wallasey

This space-themed adventure play zone is 3 levels high and also has a huge slide that runs down from the top floor! Some of its major highlights are the air cannons that fire soft balls either at the big targets or at your friends, whichever you choose! Also, there are splat pads, rope swings, and a King of the Cross game, all of which bring extra adventure.