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Crewe is a medium-sized town in South Cheshire. It boasts friendly people, inexpensive hotels and eateries. It is famed for its railway connections and also as the home of Rolls Royce. The local football team is Crewe Alexandra F.C, the only team in the country with this unusual suffix.

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By train[edit]

The main West Coast railway line (London Euston to Glasgow) runs through the famous Crewe station. The town itself was built around this important junction when the railway arrived in the 1830s. Today, around 10,000 people per day pass through Crewe railway station. It can be seen as the 'Gateway to the North West', with very frequent links to the tourist centre of Manchester, Chester, and Liverpool. Almost anywhere on the British rail network can be reached from here.

By bus[edit]

The M6 motorway is close by. Use junction 16 or 17 to get to Crewe.

Get around[edit]

Crewe is a relatively small and compact town so most attractions and amenities are within walking distance.

See[edit][add listing]

  • Queens Park, Victoria Ave, Crewe CW2 7SJ, towards the south-west of the town, is very attractive, and can be reached easily from the town centre.

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Golf, Queens Park Golf Course, Queens Park Dr, Crewe CW2 7SU, +44 127 066 6724. Golf club  edit
  • The Railway Age museum. Open only on weekends from Feb-Oct. It is a very interesting and fitting museum for Crewe. It features many locomotives including many steam trains and the ill-fated British Rail Advanced Passenger Train of the 1980s. It also has working signal boxes and many activities for children, as well as a birds eye view of the many trains leaving the north of Crewe station. The museum isn't as rigid as many railway museums and you are free to wander around the yards and locomotives at your leisure.  edit
  • Lyceum Theatre, +443433100050, [1]. The Lyceum Theatre is performing arts theatre in the centre of town. It has a large variety of drama, comedic, musical, and pantomime performances in short walking distance of the many shops and pubs in the town centre.  edit

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Most British chain stores have outlets here. There are also covered and outdoor markets, selling local produce and many other things.

Eat[edit][add listing]

  • The Cod'n'all, 229 Underwood Ln, Crewe CW1 3SE, +44 127 084 9384. Fish & chips restaurant  edit

Drink[edit][add listing]

  • The Borough Arms, 33 Earle St, Crewe CW1 2BG, +44 127 025 4999, [2]. Pub  edit
  • The British Lion, 58 Nantwich Rd, Crewe CW2 6AL, +44 127 021 0295, [3]. Pub  edit
  • The Elephant, 289 Newcastle Rd, Shavington, Crewe CW2 5DZ, +44 127 066 6180, [4]. Pub offers many real ales.  edit

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  • Wychwood Park Hotel & Golf Club, Wychwood Park, Weston, Crewe CW2 5GP, +44 127 082 0000, [5]. Set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside and surrounded by landscaped gardens, Wychwood Park, Crewe is a stylish and modern conference venue and hotel. Located close to the town of Crewe—with easy access to Junction 16 of the M6, and Crewe train station with its direct rail links to Manchester, Birmingham and London—the hotel is ideally placed for all types of events and leisure breaks.  edit

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