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The Hamilton Quarter is a really nice area in Birkenhead.
The square is surrounded on all sides by splended Georgian architecture including the grand Town Hall building ,the war memorial here is first rate,smack bang in the centre of a pretty and well kept park...More
The square has lovely Georgian building and a wonderful Town Hall which is paved outside.
The gardens are well kept and the colours in the summer were lovely.
There is a war memorial surrounded by small memorials either side.
There is plenty of benches for...More
If you like Geogian Architecture this the place for you lots of fantastic buildings and nearby is The Wilfred Owen Museum is close by.
You are probably not going to believe this I have'nt found or reviewed any cafes in Birkenhead.
Birkenhead is an enigma. It has some beautiful parks and attractive residential streets, but the centre is, in the main, rather ugly, unattractive and run down.
There are exceptions, however, and Hamilton Square is one of them. The Georgian architecture that surrounds the beautifully manicured...More
I like to consider myself an adventurous traveller and when advised by Liverpudlian work colleagues to not bother getting off the Ferry at the Woodside Terminal I wasn’t having any of that, especially as I had already researched and intended to visit the hidden gem...More
Hamilton Square is a legacy of better times for Birkenhead.
It is a beautifully laid out square of attractive buildings, including the town hall, which is a classic of its kind.
A visit on a spring day is very rewarding, especially if the sun is...More
The area centres on Hamilton Square which, although a bit tired these days, has an impressive array of listed buildings. The square itself was named after the family of the wife of Birkenhead’s famous shipbuilder, Laird.