Enjoy a climb up to one of the highest points in Wirral at Bidston Hill.
From the Bidston Windmill, which replaced a wooden mill that was destroyed by fire in 1791, you can see views of Liverpool’s cityscape, Wirral and even the North Wales coast.
You can also look around the windmill on the first Saturday of each month from April to September, between 10am to noon (last entry is 11.45am).
Surrounding the windmill are woods and grassland perfect for a stroll, self-guided trails, a picnic area with benches and it’s close to Tam O’Shanter Urban Farm which has access to toilets a cafe and play area.
The kids will also love exploring the 100 acres of heathland and woodland that contains historic buildings and ancient rock carvings.
Bidston Hill is of course home to Bidston Observatory which was built in 1866. If you're going to take a look, you might want to wear your wellies if it's been raining.
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