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Chelmsford is famous for its plethora of interesting attractions, excellent shopping options, and the English countryside surrounding it. Known Essex's county town, it was originally founded during the Roman era so it boasts an 800-year old history. Getting around the town is made more convenient with car hire in Chelmsford.

Some of Chelmsford's most interesting aspects include the sandstone cathedral that has been around since the town was born. There is also the Chelmsford Museum in Oaklands Park. Housed in a Victorian mansion, exhibits depicting the town's history from the Ice Age to present times can be viewed.

Chelmsford is home to several places of interest including the Shire Hall that stands above the High Street. There is also the Victorian railway viaduct with 18th arches that runs along the River Can and carries the Great Eastern Main Line.

The heart of Chelmsford has a pedestrian-friendly high street with two shopping malls offering a retail market, first-class shopping, and a weekly market for antique products. The area is also filled with restaurants, bars, and cafes. For entertainment, visitors can catch rock concerts, film showings, and plays, or they can enjoy leisure activities like swimming and skating at the Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre.

From Chelmsford, travellers can go and explore the beautiful southeastern parts of England with the help of car rental. By availing cheap car hire in Chelmsford, travellers can drop by at the quaint villages and stately homes of Essex. One place that is also worth visiting is the Hylands House, a mansion located in a 500-acre land that boasts Victorian and Georgian rooms.