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Birkenhead is a small town in the county of Merseyside, situated on the Wirral Peninsula. Its Proximity to the water led to the town’s ship-building industry, which has become an important part of the area’s industrial history. Birkenhead Town Hall was converted into the Wirral Museum and is now a major attraction in the area while Queensway Tunnel Main Entrance and Woodside Ferry Terminal are also popular with tourists and locals. Birkenhead is also home to landmarks such as Birkenhead Priory and St. Mary’s Tower as well as Flaybrick Memorial Gardens.
The town of Birkenhead has a number of small offices and retail spaces that are rented by businesses such as computer repair & servicing companies, engineering consultants, and graphic designers. Much of the office space is also occupied by marketing agencies, solicitors and management consultants. Some of the companies based in town include S. C. Electrical, ProClass Auto Valet, Stem Floral Design and Jia Interior Design.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Birkenhead is home to a number of entertainment venues offering everything from cinema to live-music. The Little Theatre is a great place for live-acts and performances while the Pacific Road Arts Centre is home to the performing arts, live-musical performances and more. Restaurants in the town serve food from various parts of the world. You can enjoy Spanish cuisine at The Refreshment Rooms or sample fine French cooking at Fraiche. Sawasdee is popular for Asian food while Villa Venezia brings a taste of Italy to Merseyside.
Birkenhead provides transportation via tram as well as via buses, taxis and coach services. The A41 Trunk Road is a major road running through the town while the M53 can also be easily accessed from here. Birkenhead is connected to Liverpool by a Rapid Transit system along the Wirral Line. Hamilton Square, Birkenhead Central, Green Lane, Rock Ferry, Conway Park, Birkenhead Park and Birkenhead North Railway Stations are the main links to the Underground network while Bidston Railway Station connects the area to the Borderlands Line. Air travel can be accessed via Liverpool John Lennon Airport.