Crewe

Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 3SH

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Crewe

About Us

When most people think of Crewe, they think of railways. During the 19th century Crewe was one of the world's greatest railway workshops and was a hotbed of craft and invention, building elegant locomotives that brought wealth and prestige to the town.

But Crewe’s got a lot more to offer than just trains. There’s a thriving live music scene, as well as a range of shops, bars, pubs and restaurants. Take a stroll in Queen’s Park, a traditional Victorian park that is being restored to her former glory or take in a show at the award winning Crewe Lyceum.

Crewe is also home to the famous Crewe Alexandra Football Club – aptly nicknamed the Railwaymen!

Coming to Crewe for business or pleasure? Find a list of hotels in Crewe here.

Directions

Road Directions

From the South leave M6 J16. At the motorway roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A500 (signposted Crewe, Nantwich and Chester) and follow signs for Crewe. Parking at the Victoria Centre, adjacent to the ASDA superstore provides central town centre location and access to shops.From the North leave the M6 at J17 (signposted Congleton, Sandbach). Turn right off slip road onto Old Mill Road - A534 (signposted Crewe and Nantwich) and follow signs for Crewe. Parking at the Victoria Centre, adjacent to the ASDA superstore provides central town centre location and access to shops.

Public Transport Directions

BusCrewe is served with good bus connections from Nantwich (Nos. 44, 45 and 84); Sanbach (Nos. 37 and 38); Congleton and Middlewich (No.42) and Northwich and Winsford (No. 31). There are also regular bus services between Crewe and Chester (No. 84). For times, prices and further information contact the Cheshire Busline 01270 505350 or the National Traveline on 08706082608 or go to www.traveline.org.uk.RailCrewe is centrally located on the main Western Mainline with regular direct services to London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Preston, The Lakes and Scotland. A connecting bus service (No. 85) is available from Crewe railway station and Crewe Town Centre (an approximate 25 minute walk). Additionally there is a taxi rank located outside the station. For times, prices and further information contact National rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 or go to www.thetrainline.co.uk.

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What's Nearby

  1. Crewe Indoor Market

    Large retail market with wide ranging bric-a-brac, clothing, fresh Cheshire produce and...

    0 miles away
  2. Lyceum Theatre

    The Crewe Lyceum Theatre is your place in Cheshire to experience quality entertainment,...

    0.06 miles away
  3. Crewe Golf Club

    Set deep in the heart of the Cheshire countryside, offering a fine test of golf.

    0.59 miles away
  1. Crewe Alexandra Football Club

    Gresty Road is home to Crewe Alexandra Football Club! Come and see Dario Gradi!

    0.7 miles away
  2. Axis Arts Centre

    Axis Arts Centre, previously the Alsager Arts Centre, has an acclaimed public programme...

    0.89 miles away
  3. Queen's Park

    Queen's Park is renowned as one of the finest Parks in the North West if not the whole of...

    1.06 miles away
  4. Queen's Park Golf Course

    Queens Park Golf Club was established in 1985, A very popular 9 hole golf course...

    1.25 miles away
  5. Crewe Hall Spa

    Our spa, which is home to a fabulous health club, 6 spa treatment rooms, spa lounge,...

    1.99 miles away
  6. Lakemore Farm Park

    Covering over 36 acres in total, with five lakes, nature trails, a Rare Breeds farm and...

    2.19 miles away
  7. Alvaston Hall Golf Course

    9 hole EGU course at Alvaston Hall, one of the finest courses in Cheshire.

    2.74 miles away
  8. Alvaston Driving Range

    Facilities include bar, trolley hire, club hire, clubhouse, changing rooms, driving range...

    2.74 miles away
  9. Rookery Hall Spa

    Whether it is Spa days Cheshire, Spa breaks Cheshire or Spa Treatment at Rookery Hall...

    2.86 miles away
  10. Wheelock Hall Farm Shop

    Large farm shop selling high-quality local produce

    2.94 miles away
  11. Minshull Nurseries

    Enjoy your garden with Minshull’s Nursery and choose from our large stock of seasonal...

    3 miles away
  12. Crewe Heritage Centre

    A celebration of Crewe's rail heritage, includes model and miniature railways.

    3.34 miles away
  13. Wheelock Rail Trail

    After the railway closed in 1966 the track lay derelict for many years, gradually...

    3.64 miles away
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