Crewe is famous for its railways. In the 19th century, it was one of the leading locations in the world for train building, which made Crewe a prosperous city, and this tradition of invention and craftsmanship lives on today. With a hired car, you can visit the Crewe Heritage Centre for a flavour of the bygone age of railways, as well as the Grade II listed Queens Park and Nantwich Museum. Also in nearby Nantwich is Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker, a sprawling underground complex where authentic equipment, operations rooms, a maze of corridors and exciting audio-visual presentations bring the Cold War and nuclear threat thrillingly to life. A different kind of experience awaits at nearby Blakemere Village, an Edwardian cobbled yard now home to pretty boutiques and family attractions such as falconry and adventure play. Or take a short drive to Stoke-on-Trent and explore the centre of the pottery industry in England, visiting the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, and Gladstone Pottery Museum. The Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch is conveniently located close to the railway station on the A532, one of the main arteries into and out of the city.
Enterprise offers great deals on car and van hire, with a wide range of new, comfortable vehicles to choose from. Booking online gives you the top offers, enabling you to both save money and specify a vehicle class that will best meet your needs. Whether you need a car for a family holiday or business trip, or a van for moving house, each and every Enterprise branch offers exceptional customer service.
Enterprise has a good range of both small and large vans for hire to suit all needs. The fleet is well maintained and reliable for peace of mind when you need it. Vans available include small through medium to large commercial vans, with two to three passenger capacity and features including power steering, ABS brakes, power door locking and diesel or petrol fuel. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
From small cars to large vans and people carriers, Enterprise has the appropriate vehicle for any situation. Class A Mini and Economy cars are ideal for city mini-breaks, with larger Medium and Intermediate vehicles offering more room for passengers and luggage. Small and Large Premium vehicles offering high standards of comfort are popular with business travellers, while SUVs and people carriers are ideal choices for family holidays.
On-street parking is widely available in Crewe centre and there is also a car park at the railway station, which is located in the centre of town. Major roads in Crewe include the A534, which connects to the east with the M6, with Stoke-on-Trent to the south and Manchester to the north, and to the west with Nantwich, while the A51 connects with Chester to the west.