Five Grade II-listed pubs on the Wirral to enjoy a drink and rich history

These pubs have been listed by Historic England, with many recommended by CAMRA for their heritage.

If you like a pub bursting with history, character and welcoming spaces to enjoy a pint, then it’s time to visit one of the wonderful Grade II-listed watering holes Wirral has to offer.

Historic England has awarded listed status to a huge array of buildings on the peninsula, a number of which are pubs dotted around the region from Birkenhead to Raby and Port Sunlight.

The majority of these pubs are also deemed to have an ‘interior of national historic interest’ by CAMRA and feature on its recommended list.

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