Today you can still walk along Roman roads in the centre of Chester; Via Praetoria and Via Principalis (Now Bridge St. and Eastgate). The Romans also built a network of roads from the South East of Britain to Chester and on North to Hadrian's Wall.
Good dates to see Roman soldiers dressed in all their battle armour is to visit Chester during either:
Here are some good starting places if you would like to learn more about The Romans & Roman Chester :
Roman Soldier Patrol
Patrol Fortress Deva with Caius Julius Quartus! In full battle gear, he takes you on patrol and evokes the exciting adventures of an Imperial warrior.
Tours leave at 2pm from the Town Hall Tourist Info Centre, Northgate Street every Thurs, Fri & Sat throughout July and August.
Roman Tours Ltd
Real Roman Soldiers still in Chester today! Bringing The Romans to life for Schools and Events.
The Dewa Roman Experience - Peirpoint Lane, off Bridge Street.
The Roman Museum located just off Bridge Street.
The Grosvenor Museum - Grosvenor Street, Chester CH1 2DD
A good display of Roman artifacts found in and around Chester.
Soldiers of the Roman army marching through Chester,
past the Principia (City Headquarters).
The Roman Gardens in Chester - Panorama