WIN a Christmas Party at Café Rouge for up to 10 guests - including 3 indulgent courses and a Prosecco reception. Visit here to enter now… Don’t forget to like and share!
Explore cathedral life in miniature and learn all about our 1000 year history as we retell our story, LEGO brick by brick, from the very beginning. The Chester Cathedral in Lego building project will take 350000 individual Lego pieces and transform them into an accurate scale model of the cathedral that will reach almost 4m in length and 2m in height. Members of the public will be able to purchase their own small piece of history in the form of a Lego brick to be included in the model. Volunteer bricklayers will work every day of the week to build the model from the foundations up and it is estimated that the project will take up to four years to complete.
- A 5 Star Gold graded luxury cottage winning many awards and has featured on tv. Set in a small courtyard of 12 mews style cottages. The cottage is fully equipped for a self catering stay and has private off road parking for 2 cars. chesterholidaycottages.com
8 December 2017 - 5 January 2018
The Forum Studio Theatre, Chester
Join us for our annual Christmas pantomime which, this year, tells the Fairytale of Cinderella and her Prince Charming. Tickets from tiptopproductions.co.uk
Chester is one of England's beautiful historic cities, located in the North West of England in the county of Cheshire. If you have not visited Chester yet, then what are you waiting for? Chester has something for everyone. Here you can find recent photos of Chester and tourist information you need if you are planning a visit to the City of Chester. Also browse our unique wide panoramas of Chester.
Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel, Chester
Four Star Hotel In The Centre of Chester
Between 8 August - 3 September 2017, the Lion Salt Works Museum in Northwich, Cheshire, will host a visual delight when a new exhibition of 14 colourful 1930’s-style railway posters promoting the many attractions of Mid Cheshire Railway Line is unveiled for the first time. The posters are intended to evoke the Golden Age of British travel and encourage holiday-makers in the North-West and beyond to embrace the spirit of adventure and explore the sites of the region by rail. There is no charge to view the exhibition and regular tours will take place.
Here at Chester360 you can find information you need if you are visiting or living in Chester. Chester is famous for its black & white Tudor style buildings that line Eastgate and Bridge Street, the two main shopping streets in Chester. You can walk along the famous galleried 'Rows' on each side of the streets.Some of Chester's main tourist attractions include:
Chester Visitor Centre is the best place to start your visit to Chester. This centre has maps, attraction leaflets, advice and information you need to plan what you are going to see and do in Chester. Located next to Chester Town Hall.