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Location information for Birkenhead

Birkenhead sits along the Wirral peninsula in Cheshire's historical borders. It is not really a typical tourist destination but it can be worthwhile stop from Liverpool or from any other destinations a few hours away. Visitors can request for cheap car hire in Birkenhead to make their trip to the town more convenient.

The Hamilton Square is a worthy stop when visiting Birkenhead with its Georgian features that include designer gardens by James Gillespie Graham. There is also the Birkenhead Priory that dates back to the 12th century and is recognised as an ancient monument. Birkenhead Park is another worthy landmark to visit for being Britain's initial publicly funded park.

The Birkenhead Town Hall boasts a grand and attractive architecture that is listed among the Grade I buildings of England. From Hamilton's Square, visitors of Birkenhead can visit the Woodside Ferry Terminal and the Queensway Tunnel Main Entrance—two of the other major landmarks of the town. Visitors can also drop by at the Edward VII Memorial Clock Tower tat Edmund Kirby designed.

For family-friendly fun, there is the Tranmere Rovers Football Club. Spending an afternoon in Birkenhead Park is also worth doing especially along its duck ponds and wooded areas. Birkenhead's shopping centre that offers great deals is the Pyramids Shopping Centre. Visitors can also experience local culture and flavours by visiting Birkenhead's pubs.

From Birkenhead, travellers can head over to Liverpool with car rental for more shopping opportunities and interesting sights to see. Cheap car hire in Birkenhead also provides travellers with the opportunity to drive to Port Sunlight, the model village of William Lever. Other places that are worth visiting include the Wirral Way and Chester, an ancient walled city.