Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range

Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Mersey River Explorer Cruise from Liverpool
"Whether you’re looking for a relaxing way to see Liverpool or you want a full day of family-friendly attractions the Mersey River Explorer Cruise with optional upgrades is your ticket to Liverpool fun. The standard Mersey River Explorer Cruise lasts a leisurely 50-minutes with scheduled stops at Seacombe and Birkenhead Woodside ports. Enjoy the cruise as a hop-on hop-off tour to see what interests you most - simply hop off when you want and re-board the boat when you're ready to continue to the next stop.While taking in views of Liverpool's riverside architecture and wildlife you can listen to entertaining audio commentary about the River Mersey's fascinating maritime history. Hear tales of smuggling music and war - three diverse influences that have touched this friendly city over the years and given it a unique charm.Make a full day of it by upgrading your hop-on hop-off cruise to include tickets to the Spaceport attraction at Seacombe. Thi interactive exhibits and audio-visual experiences. Highlights include a ""Wallace and Gromit in Space"" feature - a themed display that showcases the popular main characters from the British animated short films. Alternatively
From GBP9.00
 
Beatles and Liverpool Rail Day Trip from London
"Your day starts with a relaxing train journey to the historic city of Liverpool European Capital of Culture in 2008. Arriving at Liverpool Lime Street you'll have time to explore this Victorian city perhaps taking a stroll along the stunningly refurbished Albert Dock Complex housing the Merseyside Maritime Museum and Tate Liverpool art gallery.Your tour includes entry to the Beatles Story where you can re-live the Fab Four's meteoric rise to fame. Your visit takes you from the cobbles of Matthew Street and the Cavern through the hysteria of Beatlemania to the final live performance on the Apple rooftop and beyond!The Cavern Quarter is a vibrant city center area and the focus of Beatle history. There's the famous Cavern Club where the lads played 292 times
From GBP138.00
 
Beatles and Liverpool Rail Day Trip from London
"Your day starts with a relaxing train journey to the historic city of Liverpool European Capital of Culture in 2008. Arriving at Liverpool Lime Street you'll have time to explore this Victorian city perhaps taking a stroll along the stunningly refurbished Albert Dock Complex housing the Merseyside Maritime Museum and Tate Liverpool art gallery.Your tour includes entry to the Beatles Story where you can re-live the Fab Four's meteoric rise to fame. Your visit takes you from the cobbles of Matthew Street and the Cavern through the hysteria of Beatlemania to the final live performance on the Apple rooftop and beyond!The Cavern Quarter is a vibrant city center area and the focus of Beatle history. There's the famous Cavern Club where the lads played 292 times
From GBP138.00

More Shopping in Thurstaston

Tips

Church Farm

Church Farm is an award wining farm shop selling organic produce ranging from fruit and veg (their freshly picked asparagus is a must) chocolate, oives, mustards, cakes etc etc.The shop has a cafe and...
View More
Tips

Church Farm Shop

The Church farm shop has won awards for the best organic food produce . There's a wonderful array of goodies to choose from food stuffs to glycerine soaps and there's also a cosy tea shop inside -...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings

Hotels Near Thurstaston

Hotels
Frankby Road, Frankby, West Kirby, West Kirby, CH4
Show Prices
Hotels
21 Park Road, Merseyside, West Kirby, CH48 4DN, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Neston Road, Thornton Hough, Wirral, Merseyside, CH63 1JF, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Hoylake, Wirral, Merseyside, CH47 1HE, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Talbot Rd, Birkenhead, CH43 2HJ, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
31 Shrewsbury Road, Oxton Prenton, Birkenhead, CH43 2JB, United Kingdom
Show Prices

Things to Do Near Thurstaston

Things to Do

Ferry Cross the Mersey

Some people may know the song "Ferry Cross the Mersey" sung by Gerry & the Pacemakers, turns out there is still a ferry cross the Mersey, used as both a tourist attraction and by commuters. Since we...
View More
Things to Do

Chinatown

I can't say too much about the restaurants on offer in Liverpool's Chinatown having not eaten at any of them. It's still worth visiting (as I did) to see the wonderful arch known as the Chinatown...
View More
Things to Do

Albert Dock

When it was opened in 1846, Albert Dock was the 1st of it's kind, the 1st enclosed, non-combustible dock warehouse system in the world, and the 1st structure in the UK to be built entirely of cast...
View More
Things to Do

Central Library

Largest Liverpool Library housed in a listed (Grade 2) building which opened in 1860 as the William Brown Library and Museum Building. The building was extended with the Picton Reading Room (1879),...
View More
Things to Do

Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo is a Zoo park/ Zoological garden centre which was originally opened in 1931. I have been to a few different Zoos in England and Chester Zoo is by far my favourite. It is home to many...
View More
Things to Do

Chester Racecourse

Known as the Roodee,is the oldest racecourse still in use in England.Horse racing in Chester dates back to the sixtnteenth century.It is thought to be the smallest racecourse of significance in...
View More

Top 5 Thurstaston Writers

sandysmith's Profile Photo

sandysmith

"Wirral's Highpoint"
View Member
SueWarwick's Profile Photo

SueWarwick

"Walking in Thurstaston"
View Member