As the town of Middlesbrough was only founded in 1830, it is relatively young when compared to nearby villages. However, there are certainly many attractions to enjoy in and around this North Yorkshire location. There are a number of architectural marvels that were in existence long before Middlesbrough was incorporated. Some prime examples here include Acklam Hall (1678) and the Middlesbrough Town Hall. More modern attractions, such as the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, attract visitors from across the United Kingdom as well as from international destinations. Transporter Bridge is another iconic landmark that has existed since 1911. The local offices of Enterprise Rent-A-Car are located on South Bank Road. They can be reached via the A66 motorway and are found quite close to Riverside Stadium. Although the closest railway terminal is Middlesbrough station, it is much more prudent to take the local bus services provided by Stagecoach and Arriva North East. Arriving in the early morning will help to avoid rush hour traffic.