No 1 Mann Island
Mann Island is easy to reach by road. The Strand (A5036), the main road that passes outside Mann Island, links the city centre with the A561 to the north and the A562 to the south. These main roads then connect with the main ring road, Queens Drive (A5058). Nearby motorways include the M57 to the north, the M62 to the east and the M53 from Wirral via the Kingsway Mersey Tunnel.
The nearest train station is James Street, less than 200m away which served by frequent Wirral Line trains.
If you arrive in the city at Liverpool Lime Street, jump on a Wirral Line train from Lime Street underground station to James Street. If you arrive in the city centre on a Northern Line train, get off at Moorfields station and take the Wirral Line to James Street.
Visit merseytravel.gov.uk for details of train times and routes.
A direct commuter service operates between Seacombe and Pier Head during Monday to Friday morning peak times, between 07:20 – 09:50. Ferries run every 20 minutes, with the crossing taking just 10 minutes. During afternoon peak times, between 16:15 – 19:15, the ferry travels between Pier Head, Seacombe and Woodside, and then back to Pier Head. Afternoon ferries run every 30 minutes.
Visit merseyferries.co.uk to download a copy of the timetable.