Wavertree Botanic Garden and Park is a mid-19th century public park, with Grade II listed status. The beautiful park features a walled garden and children’s play area. Photo: User Rept0n1x via Wikimedia
6. Brimstage, Wirral
Brimstage is an idyllic village at the heart of the Wirral Peninsula. Home to Brimstage Hall, believed to be one of the oldest buildings in Merseyside, the village is filled with history and character. It also home to the Maize Maze, an arts and craft shop and local pubs. Photo: Jorge Franganillo CC
7. Birkenhead Park
Birkenhead Park is a beautiful green space and was the first publicly funded park in England - it even inspired the design of Central Park. It has play areas for the kids as well as a visitor centre and cafe.
8. Bidston Hill, Wirral
Bidston has over 100 acres of heathland and woodland, as well as medieval architecture. It is believed the Bidston Hill windmill has been around for centuries. Photo: Mark Warren