Crewe car hire

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The Cheshire market town of Crewe combines culture and history with shopping and outdoor attractions. Visitors will find plenty to see and do, and it occupies an ideal position for visiting fantastic nearby spots. So what are you waiting for - organise car hire in Crewe and get out and about exploring!

Located near beautiful Chester, Crewe is the perfect place to base yourself to visit some of the region's outstanding surrounding areas. Here is why you should go...

Booking car rental in Crewe couldn't be easier. Simply pre-book online to get the best price and pick up your vehicle from downtown locations. But before you get on the road, take some time to explore Crewe itself.

With a strong locomotive history, Crewe was once one of the world's greatest railway workshops. So where better to start your trip than with a visit to Crewe Heritage Centre? This railway museum will introduce you to its history and it displays a variety of trains and runs three miniature railways.

If you want to spend some time in the great outdoors, then opt for a visit to Queens Park. Here you will find a number of attractive tracks for walks, can stop for light refreshments in the café, and the kids can let off steam in the play area. Be sure to keep an eye out for the Boer War Memorial.

For an alternative day out while in Crewe, why not go on a spine-tingling ghost tour? You will be taken to the spookiest locations in the area and hear all about the town's ghostly connections.

Englesea Brook Chapel and Museum is also an interesting day out as you can learn about Primitive Methodism. Or, if you're looking for a day out with the kids, head to the fantastic Funsters Play Centre. There is plenty to keep children amused here, whether it's running around in the soft play area, playing on the go-kart track or building houses with the huge bricks in the construction zone.