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SITUATED in St. Michael's Church on Bridge Street Row, Chester History and Heritage introduces visitors to the history of Chester as well as being a great port of call for finding out about Chester ancestors.Read
LYING adjacent to the River Dee, the 20 acre park was donated to the city by Richard, the second Marquis of Westminster and was opened in 1867.
AT Edgar's Field by the Handbridge end of the Old Dee Bridge can be found the shrine to Minerva, the Roman goddess of war, knowledge, learning and craftsmanship.
CHESTER'S stone-built amphitheatre is the largest yet discovered in Britain and stands as a lasting legacy of the city's Roman past.
THIS display of Roman baths masonry can be found next to the Newgate.Read
SITUATED on the crossroads that joins Watergate Street, Northgate Street, Bridge Street and Eastgate Street, the Cross was first mentioned in the city records in 1377.
CHESTER'S Town Hall is an impressive example of Gothic revival situated on Northgate Street.
AS one of Britain's most popular Cathedrals, Chester receives around 1 million visitors each year.Read
SITUATED next to the illustrious Grosvenor Hotel on Eastgate Street, the Grosvenor Precinct can also be accessed from Bridge Street Row and Pepper Street.Read
THIS small arcade off Northgate Street is home to some of Chester's more unusual shops and restaurants.
THE CVC provides a variety of useful services and interesting exhibits. Here you can buy tickets for local events and get assistance with booking accommodation.Read
THIS is an in-situ archaeology exhibit from Roman, medieval and Saxon times, discovered beneath the streets of Chester.
The Lion Salt Works Trust has championed the conservation work of the former salt works and will continue to manage and the interpretation and educational aspects of the historic site.Read
THE Grosvenor Museum houses Chester's collection of Roman artefacts alongside a variety of other Chester-related displays.
THE most distinctive architectural feature in Chester, the Rows are two-tiered medieval galleries that are now home to some of the best shops in the city.
Tabley House was designed by John Carr of York for Sir Peter Byrne Leicester, Bt, and completed in 1769.Read
THIS little bridge can be seen at the top of Northgate Street where the road crosses the canal.
THE Old Dee Bridge was constructed in stone around 1387 at a site previously occupied by numerous wooden bridges.
Arley Hall is a place of enormous character, charm and interestRead
AT the time of its completion in 1833, this was the biggest single-span stone arch in the world.
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