Wirral Food & Drink Festival


There is parking available on a first come, first served basis in Upper Park. There may be queues so please be patient. With Birkenhead Park train station and bus stops nearby, we would recommend using public transport to reach the event.

What public transport is available?

Train: Birkenhead Park train station is a short walk away from the Ashville Road entrance gate. Turn right onto Duke Street on exiting the station, continue straight, across Park Road North onto Ashville Road. The entrance gate will be clearly signposted.

Purchase a Day Saver ticket in advance for unlimited travel between all zones. Visit the Merseyrail website for more info.

Bus: Arriva North West runs a network of local bus services across Merseyside and The Wirral, Lancashire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester. You can buy tickets and find all the information you need to make travelling by Arriva buses in the North West easy by visiting arrivabus.co.uk/north-west

Ferry: Travel to Woodside Ferry Terminal in style on the world-famous Mersey Ferry. Ferries run from 10am to 6pm from Pier Head Liverpool, visit the Mersey Ferries website for more info.

Where can I find accommodation in Wirral?

From big-name brands to quirky independents, Wirral has it all when it comes to places to stay. Whether you choose a hotel, B&B or guesthouse, you’ll be sure of a warm welcome.

Book your accommodation via visitwirral.com for some of the best room rates around.

Campervans, motor-homes, caravans, camping tents, trailer tents or anything else that can be attached and transported by a car or other motor vehicles, are not permitted to be situated or located anywhere within the festival site or its grounds as all overnight stays are prohibited.