Enjoy the best of both worlds on Wirral holidays – a bustling town centre packed with Merseyside attractions and a scenic coastline filled with sandy beaches. Whether you’re admiring Pre-Raphaelite paintings in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, enjoying days out with the kids in Wirral at The Black Pearl New Brighton or exploring top Wirral attractions like Birkenhead Park or West Kirby Marine Lake, this borough of Merseyside has something for everyone. Plus, with our comfy rooms, free Wi-Fi and great-value Meal Deals, our Wirral hotels will help you get the most out of your short break.
Hotels in Wirral
Wirral (Childer Thornton)
Wirral (Two Mills)
Places like Wirral
Take a look at our hotels in Llandudno and our hotels in Blackpool.
Why not extend your UK short break and explore other places like Wirral nearby? Our Premier Inn hotels in Llandudno are only an hour’s drive away from Wirral, and a popular choice for summer holidays in Wales. Alternatively, you could drive north and enjoy our family friendly hotels in Blackpool, near top attractions like Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
Things to do in Wirral
Get a taste of Wirral’s culture
The Lady Lever Art Gallery is one of the most popular cultural attractions in Wirral – home to exciting exhibitions and famous artwork, it’s well worth a visit for art-lovers and families alike. Merseyside holidays are popular with golfers, too, so don’t miss out on teeing off at some of the best golf clubs in Wirral, before ending your holiday in Wirral with a ferry on the Mersey.
Sit back and relax on a beach
Families will be spoilt for choice on summer holidays in Wirral thanks to all the sandy beaches in Merseyside. Sunbathe at scenic spots like Wallasey Beach, or take the kids to popular beaches in Wirral like West Kirby and Thurstaston. Plus, if you’re looking for things to do during half term breaks in Wirral, head over to New Brighton and enjoy a family day out at The Black Pearl attraction.
Enjoy family activities
Holidays in Wirral have something for everyone, including the little ones. Visit top attractions like the Blue Planet Aquarium, tee off at Championship Adventure Golf, and explore the Wirral Transport Museum & Heritage Tramway. Plus, with other family activities in Wirral like navigating the Brimstage Maze in Birkenhead on offer, you’ll never run out of things to do with the kids.
Sightseeing in Wirral
Wirral is home to some picturesque parks and natural attractions for you to explore during your short break in Merseyside. Birkenhead Park is one of the top attractions near Wirral, and an ideal place to spend a laid-back afternoon. Other popular activities include visiting Hilbre Island and exploring Thurstaston Nature Reserve, so families and nature-lovers will have plenty of things to do.
What are the nearest train stations in Wirral?
Birkenhead Central train station is just a five-minute walk from Birkenhead town centre. Plus, with other train stations in Wirral including Heswall train station, West Kirby train station and Bidston train station, getting around Wirral during Merseyside short breaks couldn’t be easier.
What are the nearest beaches in Wirral?
You’ll have several beaches in Wirral to visit during your short break. The most popular Wirral beaches are West Kirby Beach and Thurstaston Beach, both popular spots on summer holidays in Merseyside. Other Wirral beaches include Wallasey Beach, New Brighton Beach, Meols Beach, Leasowe Beach and Moreton Beach. Most of our family-friendly hotels in Wirral are just a short drive away from the beach, too.
What type of beaches does Wirral have?
Most beaches in Wirral are sandy, so it’s easy to see why going to the beach is one of the most popular activities in Wirral during the summer. Wirral beaches are also near play areas and promenades, too, ideal if you’re looking for fun days out with the kids in Wirral.
How many beaches are there in Wirral?
You’ll find around seven beaches in Wirral. There’s Leasowe Beach, Meols Beach, Wallasey Beach, Moreton Beach and New Brighton Beach in the north, and West Kirby Beach and Thurstaston Beach in the west, so you’ll be spoilt for choice on summer holidays in Wirral.
What are the best places to eat in Wirral?
After exciting days out in Wirral, you can look forward to refuelling with great-value family meals at our Glegg Arms Beefeater, Burleydam Brewers Fayre or our Tudor Arms Brewers Fayre – all great places to eat in Wirral.
What are the best things to do in Wirral at night?
From local Wirral pubs to exciting nightlife, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do in Wirral in the evenings. Why not check out some local cinemas in Wirral, or visit some Merseyside nightclubs?
What family friendly activities can you do in Wirral?
Whether you’re riding a ferry on the Mersey or taking the kids to a soft play area, you’ll find all kinds of family activities in Wirral. Visiting The Black Pearl in New Brighton, exploring Hilbre Island and enjoying fun days out at the Blue Planet Aquarium are some of the most popular things to do in Wirral.
What outdoor activities can you do in Wirral?
From exciting Wirral events to walking trails in Merseyside, you’ll find all kinds of fun outdoor activities in Wirral. Relax on West Kirby Beach, explore Birkenhead Park, or visit the popular Thurstaston Nature Reserve. Families will love an afternoon at Championship Adventure Golf in New Brighton, and summer holidays in Wirral wouldn’t be complete without a ferry on the Mersey.
What indoor activities can you do in Wirral?
Whatever the weather in Wirral, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do. Visiting Lady Lever Art Gallery is one of the most popular indoor activities in Wirral, and a must for all ages. Get a taste of local history at Wirral attractions like the Wirral Transport Museum & Heritage Tramway and the Port Sunlight Museum. Plus, if you’re planning on a spa weekend in Merseyside, Wirral has some relaxing spas and pools to choose from.