Crewe is a town that provides all that you’ll need, with entertainment, shopping, museums, parks and leisure facilities. For an enjoyable evening out, Crewe Lyceum Theatre is host to a mix of entertainment including music, dance, drama, children’s shows and comedy, and you can see films at the Odeon Cinema. For dining out, the town has a varied range of restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets, and there’s a good assortment of pubs, bars and live music venues in the town for a lively night.
For a shopping trip, the town has all you’re looking for, including The Market Shopping Centre which has a good range of stores. The town offers a range of conference venues, such as those at Crewe Hall and the De Vere Venues Wychwood Park, and Manchester Airport is the closest airport for international flights.
Crewe Car Hire
Wherever you are in Crewe, it’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Crewe car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and others.
While in Crewe, you could visit some of these places:
Crewe Heritage Centre
This Centre is situated where the former Crewe locomotive works was located, and provides an enjoyable outing for all ages, with many railway exhibits including locomotives and signal boxes. There’s a miniature railway to see, along with a model railway and there are lots of interesting interactive exhibits in the Exhibition Hall.
Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker
Close by in Nantwich, is this fascinating Nuclear Bunker where you can learn about the history of its use, including during the Cold War. You can see military exhibits which include many decommissioned nuclear weapons, and experience what it would be like inside the bunker in a nuclear attack.
This is a delightful Grade II listed park where you can come to and relax in the picturesque surroundings of a lake, fountains, many trees and open space. There’s an attractive lake with boating facilities, a pavilion, bandstand, Victorian clock tower, bowling green, boules, and a play area for kids.
An interesting to Museum to visit, displaying the history the area with many collections, and cover subjects such as ancient Roman salt making, the Battle of Nantwich during the Civil War, local clothing manufacturing, historical jewellery, clock making, the 16th century Fire of Nantwich and local traditional cheese making.
Lakemore Farm Park
Very close by is charming Farm Park where all the family can come to enjoy visiting the variety of animals, which include pygmy goats, llamas, Shetland ponies and donkeys. Children can have fun in both the indoor and outdoor play areas, and also have a go at the crazy golf.
Sir William Stainer Leisure Centre
At this Leisure Centre you can enjoy a good selection of different sports and activities such as football, badminton, roller skating, table tennis, martial arts, netball and dance.
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