Search for car hire in Redditch
Fill in the search form below to find cheap car hire in Redditch
Our great prices include
- Free cancellation and amendments
- Third party liability insurance
- Collision damage waiver
- Vehicle licensing fee
Want to book by phone?
0203 318 6960
Our team is here to help 24 hours a day,7 days a week.
Best value car hire from top brands
Redditch car hire tips
Where to pick up your car
The closest car rental brand to Redditch train station is Europcar – it takes just over 10 mins to walk there (0.9km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Redditch are Europcar, Alamo, Keddy, and Hertz.
Pound Sterling (GBP)
Warmest month: August (19°C)
Coldest month: January (6°C)
Side of road
Hire a car in Redditch
A small Worcestershire town, Redditch charms with small but significant attractions.
Located on the outskirts of southern Birmingham, the town is known for its quirky history and famous industrial heritage. Sitting on one of the country’s biggest motorway connections, from Redditch, the driving possibilities are endless. Head south to the Cotswolds or to Shakespeare’s former home in Stratford-upon-Avon where you can take a step back in time.
Sights to see
Tucked amongst the rolling green hills of Worcestershire, Redditch is a town steeped in history and filled with plenty of attractions for the visitor.
Things to do in Redditch
Surrounded by peaceful Worcestershire countryside, Redditch is a town with a fascinating heritage dating back to the 12th Century. Back in the Middle Ages Cistercian Monks built an abbey at Bordesley, the site of which can still be explored today. Despite being an important centre for commerce and trade in the region, Redditch is peaceful, green and full of parks and gardens. Redditch even boasts a wonderful industrial museum, the Forge Hill Needle Museum. Here you can see a unique set of displays telling the story of the surprisingly gruesome needle-making industry in Victorian times. You can also see many of the artefacts recovered from the nearby Bordesley Abbey ruins. If you're looking for shopping, there are plenty of stores in the centre. Anyone keen on more active pursuits can enjoy all kinds of sports and activities from canoeing to golf.
Redditch: Discover more
There is plenty to discover in the surrounding Worcestershire countryside. A short distance from the town is the serene Countryside Centre in Arrow Valley Park. The centre is filled with exhibitions, gift shops and cafeterias and you can explore the wonderful surrounding park along a series of marked nature trails.