Wirral Transport Museum & Heritage Tramway located at 1 Taylor St, Birkenhead CH41 1BG, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 647 2128

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Key 3

5 Google Rating

Loved this place. Hidden gem. My two year old daughter loved it and was so well behaved. The staff

5/ 5

Loved this place. Hidden gem. My two year old daughter loved it and was so well behaved. The staff are very welcoming. Tram rides at two pounds each and under 5s free. Very fun day out.

Shelly LeFeuvre

5 Google Rating

Happy memories of going with my late partner. Fabulous day out, great for all the family. Very nosta

5/ 5

Happy memories of going with my late partner. Fabulous day out, great for all the family. Very nostalgic! Places like this need to be supported!

Jo anna

5 Google Rating

Superb! We caught the tram from woodside ferry to the museum tram was £6 return for family of 4 a

5/ 5

Superb! We caught the tram from woodside ferry to the museum tram was £6 return for family of 4 and the museum is free!. We parked at monks ferry as it was £2.50 all day and it was a short walk to the tram from there, which runs every half hour. Lots to see in the museum and they even let me look in a tram that wasn't open to the public. Nice small shop selling souvenirs and a very small cafe serving drinks and snacks

Mal Owens

5 Google Rating

Fabulous exhibits of buses, trams and other road vehicles on show, all well maintained in excellent

5/ 5

Fabulous exhibits of buses, trams and other road vehicles on show, all well maintained in excellent condition. So much to see, a camera is a must to have with you. The volunteer staff there are very helpful and friendly. It's an amazing place to spend an hour or so and it's free.

NICK TORPEY

5 Google Rating

A really committed group of volunteers who are successfully preserving historical vehicles and bring

5/ 5

A really committed group of volunteers who are successfully preserving historical vehicles and bringing them back to life for a new generation.

Peter Ramsey

5 Google Rating

What a hidden gem. This is an amazing place run by some very enthusiastic and skilled volunteers. Th

5/ 5

What a hidden gem. This is an amazing place run by some very enthusiastic and skilled volunteers. The place is filled with fantastic original trams buses and historical vehicles, along with an amazing model railway. Birkenhead is the birthplace of the trams and this is a must place to visit. We brought our your 2 and 3 year old grandchildren and absolutely loved it especially the tram ride to the ferry terminal. It's easy to get to by Ferry from Liverpool or on the Liverpool underground with the station a few hundred yards away.

les humphreys

5 Google Rating

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5/ 5

Find out for yourself

John Hodkinson

1 Google Rating

May be useful to potential visitors if the website was updated more frequently. I'm sure something

1/ 5

May be useful to potential visitors if the website was updated more frequently. I'm sure something must have happened since November 2019

Christopher Taylor

5 Google Rating

Great little museum hidden away in birkenhead smells of an old machine shop inside full of lovely vi

5/ 5

Great little museum hidden away in birkenhead smells of an old machine shop inside full of lovely vintage vehicles a real hidden diamond.

AngelWonderland

5 Google Rating

Little gem hidden in Birkenhead I love going here always enjoy visiting

5/ 5

Little gem hidden in Birkenhead I love going here always enjoy visiting

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