Visit the bright lights of Liverpool in minutes

The village of Bromborough might sit on the south side of the Wirral, but it’s only a short train ride to the bright lights and cultural sights of Liverpool. While Bromborough has plenty of history, you can take in the more modern sights of Liverpool with ease - whether it’s the newly refurbished Albert Docks or a trip down memory (or Penny) lane with a tour of The Beatles Museum. The historic town of Birkenhead is also close by.

Explore the local nature

Even though it’s in the heart of a metropolitan area, Bromborough has plenty of nature to enjoy. Near to the village are both Brotherton Park and Dibbinsdale Local Nature Reserve. Here you can explore the reed swamps, fields and meadows that sit in 32 hectares of countryside.  Also worth a visit is the vast woodlands in Eastham County Park.

Visit the historic sights

Even though it’s only a village, Bromborough has plenty of history including 11 listed buildings. St Barnabas' Church dated from 1862 and was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott. Another historic highlight is Port Sunlight - a model village built for Lever Brothers workers in 1888. It contains over 900 listed buildings. Planning a trip to Bromborough? The Travelodge Bromborough Hotel is your best option.