The town of Wallasey overlooks
the mouth of the Mersey on the Wirral peninsula,
which possesses many beaches, parks and
nationally-important sand dunes.
With an illustrious history of seafaring and shipbuilding, Wallasey is linked to the metropolis of Liverpool by the Kingsway Tunnel. Fort Perchrock, built to protect shipping in the 19th century, is now a museum.
It was known as the ‘Little Gibraltar of the Mersey.