Hugging the eastern edge of the Wirral Peninsula, Bebington is a small town within the borough of Wirral, Merseyside. It was the site of the Battle of Brunanburh; a decisive English victory in 937 AD, against an ancient Scottish-Irish alliance. Its principal church, St Andrews, dates back to the 14th century, and has a place in the National Heritage List for England.
Reasons to love Liverpool
Liverpool is a city that’s brimming with unique attractions, varied, exciting events, international-grade sports, and being the home of The Beatles - musical heritage that simply can’t be beat. Liverpool also boasts the largest concentration of galleries and museums anywhere outside of London, and many other bastions of its culture and heritage to explore. Whether you find yourself ambling down Southport Pier, exploring Liverpool’s World Museum, or gazing in awe at the staggering interior of Liverpool cathedral, you’re sure to make some incredible memories on your visit to Liverpool.
I read the news today: The Beatles Story
Immerse yourself in the story of the most influential band in history. The Beatles Story at the Albert Dock is the best way to learn how four young lads from Liverpool went from minor, local gigs to the pinnacle of fame and fortune. Expertly produced replicas of The Cavern, the Casbah, and Matthew Street make for an authentic 1960s environment, giving you a unique, personal experience of the times and places that brought the Beatles to life.
Planning a trip to Bebington? Travelodge Bromborough Hotel is less than 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Wirral Eastham Hotel can be reached in just under 15.