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Compare deals from major rental car companies at VroomVroomVroom to find the cheapest car hire in Ellesmere Port. This industrial town is located within the borough of Cheshire West and Chester, county of Cheshire, England. It lies along the coast of Manchester Ship Canal south of the Wirral Peninsula. Its cultural heritage, charming sights and shopping destinations made it one of Britain's popular holiday destinations.
The areas of Great Stanney, Great Sutton, Little Stanney, Little Sutton, Hooton, Overpool, Rivacre and Whitby are situated not too far from Ellesmere Port. The motorways A41, M53 and M56 serve the town.
Top Attractions around and nearby Ellesmere Port:
Blue Planet Aquarium features the biggest collection of different types of huge sharks in Britain. The venue is located along Longlooms Road, Cheshire Oaks, Ellesmere Port. Amongst its other features include the opportunity to swim around with sharks (for those who are brave) and the Aquatunnel. Visit www.blueplanetaquarium.com for more information.
Chester Zoo located at Upton-by-Chester, Chester, Cheshire is an award-winning Zoo and Gardens. The venue features and protects many types of creatures including several endangered species. We highly suggest all guests to arrive early and spend a day within the large zoo to fully experience its beauty and fun.
Grosvenor Park is a 16-acre public land that was awarded by the Second Marquis of Westminster to the city. The parkland is known for its beautiful landscape with Lime trees on its pyramidal form, monuments and so much more. The charming place is located at Union Street, Chester, Cheshire.
National Waterways Museum showcases large collection of historical items that tell about the history and or development of the area's industries. The venue is located at South Pier Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire. Touring its The Boat Museum is highly recommended.
St. John's Church is an Anglican parish church and a Grade I listed building that is located at Union Street, Chester, Cheshire. Its location was the place where the first Cathedral in Chester was located. The venue is famous for its architectural style, peaceful surroundings and for the remaining parts or ruins of the first cathedral.