The Warrington Interchange bus station was redeveloped in 2006 and has some of the most up to date facilities in the UK. Warrington acts as a destination hub for services operating across Cheshire, Greater Manchester and on a national level between the Midlands and south of England, and Scotland. National Express offer the majority of national services running to Warrington, which arrive from the English capital of London, largely from Victoria coach station. The services offered by National Express arrive in the town from the coastal areas of Southport and Southend-On-Sea, as well as from the Scottish capital of Edinburgh. Local bus services to Warrington are operated by Arriva, First Greater Manchester and Network Warrington. These local services carry passengers to Warrington from Manchester, Chester, Wigan and St. Helens.
The town of Warrington is located in a central position between the cities of Liverpool and Manchester, giving the small town a slightly more cosmopolitan feel due to its connection to these two major English cities. In recent history, the town centre was redeveloped in the 1990s after the bombing in the town of 1993, the historic buildings dating back to the important part the town played in the Industrial Revolution having been redeveloped into housing and retail facilities. The town of Warrington has seen a major level of cultural development in the late 1990s and early 21st century, with The Pyramid Arts Centre and Parr hall Theatre playing an important role in this. In the town centre, the construction of two major shopping centres has increased the options for those visiting the area. For those wanting to visit local attractions, the Gulliver's World theme park for younger children lies within the borders of the town, while any visit to Warrington would not be complete without watching a game of rugby league played by the professional Warrington Wolves.