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Fort Perch Rock, New Brighton
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Fort Perch Rock is located in New Brighton. See Fort Perch Rock and all New Brighton has to offer by arranging your trip with our New Brighton vacation builder.
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I was unimpressed before I went into the aircraft museum, amazing place with wreckage from spitfires hurricanes etc. I was blown away so much history and incredible war relics which you can smell and ... read more »
Two rooms of broken aircraft, water stained and damaged displays, print outs with mould stuck to the wall. Supposed the most exciting thing there was a suitcase that might once have possibly been owne... read more »
We went with the family great views with lots to do . Good history lesson for the family . Well done
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.
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Nice place to have a function very good
We had good day out at perch rock fort a lot of interesting things to look at also, very cheap on the price just 3 pounds what a bargain. we also visited the u534 boat very dear for what you see for your money cost us £6.50 each £2 for parking i thing perch rock fort museum is better value for money. i think they made such a big mistake cutting the boat up not has interesting now
Visited here for the monthly 60"s get together where they interview key characters who were instrumental in putting Liverpool on the music map. Fantastic afternoon with the friendliest folk you could hope to meet. Well worth the visit.
We had our wedding reception here. The courtyard and stage were perfect, indoor bar and great hosts. An unusual venue, and a great alternative to your average pub function rooms. Couldn't recommend it more highly, go and have a look. There's an amazing museum there too, including a large collection of downed WW2 aircraft.
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