10 of the oldest pubs in Wirral still standing today in chronological order

These traditional Wirral pubs have withstood the test of time, with one dating back to the 1600s.

The Wirral is a beautiful part of Merseyside, known for witnessing some huge historic events, including the arrival of the Vikings, Britain’s bloodiest battle and the first British gunfire in World War I.

Just over the water from Liverpool, the peninsula was once home to medieval villages and hamlets, and a number of its historic buildings have stood proud for centuries, including some treasured, traditional pubs.

Here we take a look at some of the Wirral’s oldest watering holes where you can still get a pint, with one dating back more than 400 years. Is your local on the list?

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