U-boat Story located at Woodside Ferry Terminal, Birkenhead CH41 6DU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 330 1003

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Daphne Ransom

5 Google Rating

Good family visit. Not to big. About 1hr to see/read everything. Drinks/food on the Terrace, looking

5/ 5

Good family visit. Not to big. About 1hr to see/read everything. Drinks/food on the Terrace, looking across the Mersey to Albert Dock, Liver buildings etc. As always, warm, friendly staff.

Kramer Straube

5 Google Rating

Very very cool little museum. The u boat in the back is definitely the highlight. You can see inside

5/ 5

Very very cool little museum. The u boat in the back is definitely the highlight. You can see inside of it and make out different areas of the ship. The signs give great insight into what you are looking at

Alistair Sturt

3 Google Rating

Was interesting and children seemed to like it. After an hour we had seen everything and read everyt

3/ 5

Was interesting and children seemed to like it. After an hour we had seen everything and read everything. This is good as the ferries are every hour so as a stop when on the ferry this is great. But not worth going to on its own as not enough there but was part of nice day out.

raymond burke

1 Google Rating

I don't hate the place LIVERPOOL FC have the land and are building a new training ground and develop

1/ 5

I don't hate the place LIVERPOOL FC have the land and are building a new training ground and development facility. This is great for the club but is reducing light to every (nearly) house on the opposite side of the round has taken virtually all the sat/sun football pitches and what is left have restricted use.

Peter Longlands

5 Google Rating

Go across from Liverpool on the ferry. Get a feel for history and the sea. Then go to the U-boat Sto

5/ 5

Go across from Liverpool on the ferry. Get a feel for history and the sea. Then go to the U-boat Story where they've done an amazing job with a German sub and excellent information panels.

Abdulhaleem Abbas

5 Google Rating

Nice little piece of history here , if you’ve got a few extra hours then check it out .

5/ 5

Nice little piece of history here , if you’ve got a few extra hours then check it out .

David Jenkins

4 Google Rating

If you're a foreign pigeon, a great place to meet and have pigeon fun with lots of local pigeons. Fr

4/ 5

If you're a foreign pigeon, a great place to meet and have pigeon fun with lots of local pigeons. Free entry for pigeons.

Esther-Johanna Wheeler

1 Google Rating

Very annoying that we came all the way to Liverpool and the Uboats are closed

1/ 5

Very annoying that we came all the way to Liverpool and the Uboats are closed

Todd Rey

5 Google Rating

Very interesting! The entire family enjoyed it.

5/ 5

Very interesting! The entire family enjoyed it.

Steve Ardern

4 Google Rating

This currently closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.....

4/ 5

This currently closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.....

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  • Tuesday10:30 - 16:00
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  • Friday10:30 - 16:00
  • Saturday10:30 - 16:30

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