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Chester Cathedral In Lego
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.
Chester Literature Festival
10 - 25 October 2015
See what's on and book tickets at chesterperforms.com
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
(above) Old Pubs of Chester
A Guide to The City of Chester
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 Cathedral, The Roman Amphitheatre, Medieval Rows,
Chester Racecourse, The River Dee, Roman Walls and many more.
Tourist Attractions in Chester, Chester Christmas Market
Chester CathedralChester Cathedral (above) is a Church of England cathedral, built on Anglo-Saxon foundations dating back to the year 907. Since then it has gradually been extended and rebuilt three times, the most lasting design from 1250 being what we mainly see today. For the first 530 years it was called Saint Werburgh's Abbey after the remains of the Saint it housed. The Dissolution of the Monasteries saw it become a cathedral. It was thanks to the admiration of King Henry VIII that it has survived. show on map
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.
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