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Birkenhead Priory has a history that includes royalty, the birth of a city, and a religious life. Sitting on the banks of the Mersey, the Priory is the gateway to understanding how the Wirral grew over almost 1,000 years.
Birkenhead Priory is currently open following winter opening hours:
Wednesday – Friday 12pm-4pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
St Mary’s Tower closes at 3:30pm
Child friendly – families welcome!
Cold drinks and snacks available (hot drinks & meals available locally from these businesses)
Dogs on leads welcome
The Chapter House is owned by the Church of England and is part of Birkenhead Priory Parish in the Diocese of Chester. The Priory Parish, which takes its name of the Priory, also includes Christ the King, Beckwith Street (previously known as St. Anne’s Church). The parish covers the town centre and surrounding housing (population 11,105).
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Above the Chapter House is the Scriptorium. This is now the home of the Friends of HMS Conway, a training ship which formerly stood in the River Mersey off Rock Ferry. The Scriptorium also serves as a small chapel where services are held two or three times a year. New stained glass windows have now been installed, commissioned by Old Conways and designed by the late David Hillhouse.
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