New Brighton Beach

New Brighton Beach Postcode

For your satnav the postcode is CH45 3QW

Here’s the official full address:

Kings Parade
New Brighton
Merseyside
CH45 3QW

Road Directions

To get to New Brighton, take the M53 and exit at Junction 1. Once you exit the Wallasey Tunnel, follow the signs for Liscard and New Brighton (A554). If you’re exiting the Birkenhead Tunnel, look for signs for Wallasey, Liscard, and New Brighton (A554).

Public Transport Directions

The closest railway station is New Brighton. For additional information on public transportation, please reach out to Merseytravel.on: Tel: 0871 200 22 33

New Brighton Beach parking

Parking: Parking at New Brighton Beach is free during certain hours. An experimental Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) was enforced from 8 July 2022, requiring visitors to pay for parking between 10 pm and 8 am daily. Outside of these hours, parking is free.

  • Pay to park between 10pm and 8am daily. Free at other times source.
  • Free parking mentioned in a TripAdvisor review source.
  • Toilets, pub, promenade, seasonal lifeguards, and leisure complex available at the beach source.

Morrisons New Brighton Parking:

  • 3-hour maximum parking duration source.

New Brighton Weather

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New Brighton Beach
1:10 am, July 19, 2024
weather icon 18°C
L: 17° H: 19°
clear sky
Humidity 87 %
Pressure 1018 mb
Wind 1 m/s SE
Wind Gust: 0 m/s
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 5:08 am
Sunset: 9:28 pm

New Brighton Attractions:

  • Bubbles World of Play (indoor play area) source.
  • Outdoor swimming pool, picnic area, soccer field, kids’ playground, swings, food concession, and dog park at New Brighton Park source.

Is New Brighton beach dog friendly?

New Brighton Beach is a destination for dog owners and beach enthusiasts. The vast stretches of sand make it a perfect spot for pets to play and exercise. However, visitors should be mindful of proper dog etiquette and be comfortable around animals before visiting. The beach also has a designated lifeguard section for families to enjoy. Overall, it’s an ideal location for dog owners and beachgoers seeking a fun and relaxing experience.

Pet owners need to follow proper dog etiquette while at the beach, such as keeping their pets under control and cleaning up after them. If you are uncomfortable around dogs, this beach may not fit you best.

New Brighton Beach Features:

Sandy Beach

New Brighton Beach features a sandy shoreline, offering visitors an enjoyable beach experience with undisturbed views across Liverpool Bay. The beach also has a lighthouse and a Fort called Perch Rock, adding historical and visual interest to the area.

Toilets and Facilities

The beach provides a range of facilities, including nearby parking, toilets, a pub, promenade, seasonal lifeguards, and a leisure complex. These amenities make it convenient and comfortable for visitors to spend a day at the beach.

Swimming

New Brighton Beach offers opportunities for swimming, with a large outdoor swimming pool available. Additionally, the beach area itself allows for swimming, although it is essential to be mindful of water conditions and follow any posted warnings or advisories.

There are other beaches in Wirral too, check out Thursaston beach, West Kirby beach, Meols beach.

Other info

New Brighton, a charming seaside resort located in the top corner of Wirral, has recently undergone an impressive £60 million redevelopment scheme. This has brought new life and excitement to the area, making it an even more attractive destination for families and tourists alike.

The revitalised New Brighton now boasts a wide range of attractions and facilities. The Floral Pavilion Theatre and Conference Centre serves as a hub for creativity and entertainment, hosting an array of performances and events throughout the year.

The Marine Point development has also added to the town’s appeal, featuring a Travelodge hotel, a range of restaurants, the Light Cinema, and the popular Caffe Cream Ice Cream Parlour and Coffee Shop. The Championship Adventure Golf course offers a fun-filled challenge for those seeking a more competitive edge.

Families are well-catered for in New Brighton, with the Riverside Bowling Alley, Laser Quest Centre, and the New Palace Amusement Arcade providing hours of entertainment. The arcade even includes a small fairground, perfect for young thrill-seekers.

History enthusiasts will appreciate the coastal Fort Perch Rock, a former battery defence that now houses an Aviation and Archaeology Museum, as well as the permanent exhibition ‘Luftwaffe over Merseyside’. Please note that the Fort is only open by appointment, so be sure to arrange your visit by contacting fortperchrock@gmail.com.

Along the promenade, visitors can also discover the iconic Perch Rock Lighthouse and enjoy the tranquil surroundings of Vale Park.

New Brighton truly embodies the quintessential seaside town, offering traditional fun and modern attractions for families and people of all ages. With its revitalised charm and welcoming atmosphere, New Brighton is the perfect destination for a memorable day out or an extended getaway.

Your Local Wirral

I moved to Wirral in 2006 and love this place. I have raised my two kids here and currently live in Parkgate. When looking for somewhere to live, the Wirral has it all. Beaches, fantastic shops, great commuter links, museums, art galleries, theatres, countryside, it’s near to Liverpool, Chester & Manchester and a whole lot more. Good and bad, I put this website together to try and explore it all and share it as I go. I hope you enjoy my journey!