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The dormitory town of Swindon makes for an excellent day trip destination and stopover in Southern England. The town has an interesting history being once the site of the railway works of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, one of the most celebrated rail engineers who created the most modern railway in the world during his time. Arranging for cheap car hire in Swindon is required especially if you want to easily access nearby tourist destinations outside town. But to get around the town centre, it's better to set your car rental aside and enjoy a leisurely walks through some of the most popular attractions there.

STEAM – The Museum of the Great Western Railway is probably the most famous among the many landmarks and attractions in town. The museum features a diverse collection of historical artefacts that traces the development of the Great Western Railway. It is located in a restored railway building which was once the site of the Swindon railway works.

From there, visit the Swindon Art Gallery. It houses an extensive collection of 20th century British art including some notable works by L.S. Lowry and Henry Moore. The Museum of Computing is also a must-visit with its free guided tours.

Live entertainment is hosted through pubs and clubs located all over town. Musicals and other productions are organized regularly at the Wyvern Theatre. And while you're in town, you will surely appreciate a day at the largest covered designer outlet shopping centre in all of Europe. This shopping destination is located near the museum.

After having your fill of the town, get your car hire in Swindon and drive to some of the most important megalithic monuments in Europe. The stone rings of Avebury are located ten miles south of town.