Last weekend, on Saturday, there was a special event to celebrate 20 years of The Wirral Transport Museum & Heritage Tramway. We like riding in restored old trams, so we went back to Wirral for the day.
We parked near the museum, quite convenient. We’ve missed the first tram, but we arrived in time for the second one. A return is only £2 for an adult, I think it should be a little more, as they are using the money for the museum.
As we could return with any other tram, we’ve decided to have lunch at Home Coffee.
After we’ve browsed thru the menu, we ordered the Eggs Florentine and Mushroom Rarebit. Hubby went for the vegetarian option and so we were able to share.
We had dessert too, I had the Coffee and Walnut cake and hubby had the Sticky Toffee cake. Mine was perfect, not too sweet, moist and I could taste the coffee. Hubby’s cake was a little on the sweet side, but it was a sticky toffee, so it was expected.
As soon as we’ve received the plates we’ve started eating and then I realized I had no pictures. So hubby took one of the cake counter before leaving.
It was a lovely meal, the service was good, the food very nice and it is affordable. I would recommend Home, this is why I mentioned them.
The tram arrived in little under 10 minutes and it was a different one. It was one we’ve been with before, for my name day.
This was our trip to the Wirral Trams. We’ve already visited the Museum, so I didn’t take any pictures inside. Before leaving, we went to photograph Egerton Bridge. We’ve passed on it so many times, but never stopped to take some pictures.
Our day continued with a trip to The Birkenhead Priory, but that is another post. The tower that was in refurbishment 3 years ago is now open.