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Fort Perch Rock, New Brighton

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  • excellent place to visit a must when you visit the north west very attractive events and museum exhibits very interesting excellent service when you arrive very welcoming cafe well worth a visit do no...  more »
  • Looks good and it's a very interesting place used during the war there is a museum about the war and other things about New Brighton's Mariner past, the building looks very old and the sea laps around...  more »
  • Closed for filming the day we tried to visit. Friends tell us that it has a small museum and a nice cafe and is well worth calling in Next time then  more »
  • Nice place, didn't know about it until I went fishing. Cracking beach, lifeguards on to keep things safe. The is the fort to visit as well as the local amusement arcades. There is also a small fair aimed at younger children. Nice little lake/pond where the kids can go crabbing. Also fishing the sea is safe from here, had plenty. Plaice, dabs, whiting, thornback rays and cod. Some of the other guys were pulling in smooth hound sharks.
  • We were made very welcome and nothing was to much trouble. There is lots of history on show and it's a great suntrap. It's well worth a pop in if your in new Brighton.
  • Not a lot to see or do here despite the outside appearance of the place. There's an engine museum in the lower part that has that overpowering smell of oil, which I happen to quite like. There's a place for kids and some kind of Beatles museum I didn't even think about visiting. The memory of the outside will linger in my memories more.
  • The place time has forgotten. This place is privately owned so please take my comments with this in mind it can't be easy to fund a place like this. It's so run down stuff is just dumped every where. The exhibition's would have been amazing 20 years ago but are so run down such a shame. As for having you're wedding there seriously!!! The national lottery needs to give this place some money and save it.
  • A little gem in the making desperately needs more funding to make it fly again .