Car Hire Warrington Hawleys Trade Park
Address & Contact DetailsUnit 3 Hawleys Trade Park, Hawleys Lane, Warrington, WA2 8JP. Tel: 01925598265
Delivery and collection is available at this location
|Tuesday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Friday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Saturday||08:00 - 13:00|
|Monday||09:00 - 17:00|
Find your perfect car hire at Warrington Hawleys Trade ParkHead to the Avis desk at Warrington Hawleys Trade Park to pick up your Avis hire car. Once behind the wheel, a wealth of sightseeing opportunities in Warrington and the Cheshire region are open to you.
Plan your journey from Warrington Hawleys Trade ParkWarrington Hawleys Trade Park is around a 10-minute drive (via the A49) from the centre of Warrington, with its numerous shops, bars and restaurants. In this bustling town, situated on the banks of the river Mersey, there’s plenty to keep you busy. Plus it’s a great starting point for touring Cheshire and beyond.
The Warrington Museum and Art Gallery is a popular attraction in the area. It’s one of the oldest municipal museums in the country and boasts, among other permanent attractions, a dinosaur, a time tunnel and a decorated Egyptian coffin from the Temple of Amun.
Those of you looking for a fun family day out might want to head to Gulliver’s World, a theme park with over 90 rides, including adrenalin-inducing roller-coasters and gentler attractions for the younger children.
The park also offers free car parking.
Warrington Market is also worth checking out; bringing together over 200 stalls and more than 100 local businesses, this award winning market is one of the largest indoor markets in north-west England.
If you’re looking for a more relaxing day out drive to Walton Hall and Gardens. Located just 5km from the city centre, this attraction boasts over 30 acres of parkland, a zoo and a diverse programme of special events throughout the year.
Explore Warrington and Cheshire from the comfort of your Avis hire car.
Beyond Warrington Hawleys Trade ParkCheshire, in north-west England, offers a diverse range of attractions and entertainment. Whether you want to commune with nature in the Peak District, amble around market towns such as Warrington or Crewe, or visit Britain’s largest Roman amphitheatre in Chester, you’ll never be short of things to do.
Tegg’s Nose Country Park
Just over a 50-minute drive from Warrington Hawley’s Trade Park, via the M6, is Tegg’s Nose Country Park. Located in Macclesfield, this natural landscape offers outstanding views of Cheshire’s rugged Peak District. There’s a car parking area, and picnic benches are also located nearby.
Ness Botanic Gardens
Take the M56 from Warrington and you’ll arrive at the delightful Ness Botanic Gardens in Neston in 45 minutes. Overlooking the Dee Estuary, these award-winning gardens feature a rose allotment, one of the finest collections of rhododendron and azaleas in the north west, and a rare collection of Chinese and Himalayan plans.
Just bordering Cheshire is Flintshire in north-east Wales. Around a one-hour drive from Warrington, this stellar destination boasts fascinating medieval castles – including Flint and Ewloe - stunning sandy beaches and bustling market towns.
A kaleidoscope of attractions await you in Warrington, Cheshire and beyond, all you have to do is drive.