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The Hamilton Quarter

43 Hamilton Street, Birkenhead CH41 5AA, England
+44 151 666 5266
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Peaceful

Eleagant square with interesting buildings and beautifully maintained gardens. Very peaceful spot... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2017
lynetteslatter
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Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Picturesque

A well kept gardens which incorporates the War Memorial. Lovely on a good day for a walk around or... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
Ulsterman
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Ballymoney, United Kingdom
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43 Hamilton Street, Birkenhead CH41 5AA, England
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+44 151 666 5266
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Reviewed 24 April 2017

Eleagant square with interesting buildings and beautifully maintained gardens. Very peaceful spot in an otherwise busy place.

Thank lynetteslatter
Reviewed 18 April 2017

A well kept gardens which incorporates the War Memorial. Lovely on a good day for a walk around or to sit around

Thank Ulsterman
Reviewed 6 April 2017

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

Thank Beeper53
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Lovely Georgian square, worth a stroll around if you like architecture. The gardens in the centre are well kept too.

Thank SGM67
Reviewed 4 March 2017 via mobile

The most grade 1 listed buildings in one place outside London. Doesn't take long to walk around the square but it is worth the time. Beautiful buildings around a grand square. Town Hall on 1 side looks splendid. Glad traffic has been limited. A great...More

Thank Howard-Liverpool
Reviewed 13 October 2016 via mobile

Hamilton Square was completed in 1844 and is now a Conservation Area, containing Grade 1 Listed Buildings. It's the largest Georgian / Victorian Square outside London. My walk around the square and through the gardens was midweek during the afternoon, the best time to visit!...More

Thank OldBear
Reviewed 20 June 2016

Hamilton square is a lovely peaceful place to stroll around or sit and relax. Gorgeous Georgian architecture, fabulous town hall. One of Birkenheads hidden gems.

Thank Sairny
Reviewed 3 June 2016

An astonishing find in the middle of the post-industrial wasteland that is Birkenhead. A perfectly preserved Georgian square that looks as if it has been airlifted out of Edinburgh and dropped on the banks of the Mersey. A fine town hall of later vintage provides...More

Thank John L
Reviewed 12 April 2016

This is a must for lovers of Architecture. A very well presented square and garden area with the Town Hall on one side. It's just an example of what Birkenhead once was. You can arrive here by Train and it's just a stones throw away....More

Thank CriticsView
Reviewed 15 March 2016

This is a "must see" park square in Birkenhead. Tucked away yet only a few minutes walk from the shopping centre. Beautifully laid out with stunning memorials and the whole area is beautifully kept and clean and the historic town houses surrounding are picture perfect....More

1  Thank Jake-from-Liverpool
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