Car Hire Sheffield Shalesmoor Service Station
Address & Contact DetailsEbeneezer Street, Shalesmoor, Shalesmoor, Sheffield, S3 8UR. Tel: 03445446093
Delivery and collection is available at this location
|Monday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Tuesday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Wednesday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Thursday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Friday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Saturday||08:00 - 13:00|
Find your perfect car hire at Sheffield Shalesmoor Service StationWhen you collect your car hired from Avis Sheffield Shalesmoor Service Station, you’re already in the heart of Sheffield – making it easy to explore all this destination has to offer.
Sheffield has embraced its industrial past, charging forward with a new cultural identity. Museums, galleries and plentiful green space are all waiting to be discovered.
Plan your journey from Sheffield Shalesmoor Service StationSheffield’s claim to fame was its heavy steel production. Now full of cultural attractions, and home to an abundance of green space, the city has much to offer visitors.
The Winter Garden is just one of the city’s green initiatives. This conservatory is home to countless plants from around the world. There’s also the Norfolk Heritage Trail, promising a delightful walk, and the Sheffield Botanical Gardens.
As for art galleries, Millennium Gallery is a must-visit. It’s actually four galleries in one, covering a wide range of art genres including metalwork. There’s also Graves Art Gallery, exhibiting historical and contemporary art from across Europe.
Sheffield also has a vibrant music scene, as the birthplace for many popular modern musicians. You can learn all about it at the National Centre for Popular Music.
The Kelham Island Museum is a popular attraction for those interested in Sheffield’s industrial past. Opened in 1982, this museum does an excellent job of showcasing the city’s past through objects, pictures and archival material.
After picking up your Avis car hired from Sheffield Shalesmoor Service Station, much of Yorkshire is within easy reach.
Beyond SheffieldSheffield is the perfect base to start exploring nearby attractions. From moorlands to wealthy homes, you certainly won’t find yourself getting bored here.
The stunning Chatsworth House is around 35 minutes from Sheffield via the A621. The home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, this grand sight is located in the impressive Peak District National Park. While you’re here, tour the 1,000-acre park, visit the North Sketch Gallery and spend time in the farmyard, where children of all ages can handle all kinds of farm animals. Equestrian shows are also held here throughout the year.
This tiny village made its mark as an agricultural hub, but is now more of a tourist hotspot – most famous for its prime attraction: Bolsover Castle. This is actually a 17th-century mansion built on the site of a former Norman castle. Inside you’ll find a large riding school, while you can visit the public grounds year-round. Just a 35-minute drive from Sheffield, Bolsover is easily reached by car.
Dark Peak is the most iconic natural landmark in the Peak District National Park. The peak gets its name from the black peat that covers much of the ground here, but this huge moorland and the surrounding valleys are also covered in lush vegetation, making this a lovely destination for a scenic drive. The area is around a 45-minute drive from Sheffield via the A6187.
Day tripping from Sheffield is easy. All you have to do is buckle up and drive.