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Don't go back to the Stone Age in Burnley. Get Vroom Vroom Vroom to compare car hire to save time and money. Burnley then known as Brumleye is a popular town within the Borough of Burnley in Lancanshire County, England. 

It is located in a valley at the confluence of the rivers Brun and Calder and experiences a moderate maritime climate. The oldest known evidences of human history within the area dates way back the Stone Age based on the several archaeological findings found within its territory. The area grew into an abundant town throughout time. Burnley is famous for its thriving economy, nightlife and for being a dormitory town for students studying within the areas of Leeds and Manchester.

Explore Burnley attractions in your reliable car rental

AMF Bowling is a superb modern bowling alley. It is family friendly with state of the art equipments and qualified instructors. The venue is located at Finsley Gate, Burnley. 

Crowood Leisure and Equestrian Centre is one of the best places in the country to engage in several outdoor activities such as playing tennis, swimming, horse riding and so much more. It is located at Royle Lane, Burnley.

Hollywood Park Apollo Cinema features the latest Hollywood movies. The cinema has Dolby digital surround sound and is known for its exceptional service and for being a family and disabled friendly establishment. It is located at Manchester Road, Burnley.

Museum of Local History is a great place for time traveling. The museum features displays about the areas past i.e., the tools and or equipments that people use in the past to produce fabric and etcetera. The Museum of Local History is located at Towneley Hall, Townley Park, Off Todmorden Road, Burnley.

St. Peter's Parish Church located at Church Street, Burnley is a beautiful ancient parish church. Its earliest recorded history dates way back 1122. 

Driving tips in Burnley

The main roads namely M65, M66, A646, A679, A671, A682, A56 and M62 primarily serve the town. Burnley is not too far from the areas of Accrington, Blackburn, Colne, Preston, Nelson, Ciltheroe, Leeds, Manchester, Nelson and Yorkshire Dales making it finer to visit.