Walsall car hire

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Located around 10 miles north of England's second city of Birmingham, the town of Walsall is well placed for sightseeing breaks. Arrange car rental in Walsall to get around town and to see the nearby attractions with ease.

Walsall car hire enables you to make the most of your time in the West Midlands...

The history of Walsall goes back some 1,000 years, though it was the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century that transformed the town, sending its population skyrocketing. These days Walsall is a typical English town, with a mismatch of architectural building styles in the town centre, and plenty of shops, restaurants and bars taking up residence within those buildings - though there are many fresh and modern structures cropping up in this forward-thinking destination.

See the New Art Gallery - it's hard to miss the striking silver cube. There's a wonderful collection housed within, plus a fun, hands-on family gallery that curious children love to explore. It's free to enter, as is the town's museum, which is crammed with stories of Walsall's past as well as an interesting range of clothing in the Hodson Shop Collection. This local shop sold clothing in the mid-20th century and the exhibits are simply unsold stock, making for a surprisingly riveting display.

Walsall Leather Museum also hosts a range of fascinating pieces. The leather industry has thrived here for 200 years and you can find out more at this free-to-enter museum.

Football fans might fancy watching a match at Bescot Stadium, home of league-one outfit Walsall FC.