WHAT TO DO IN CHESTER
No matter the activity you seek, there is an abundance of attractions and experiences to enjoy during your visit in Chester, Cheshire and beyond.
A family-owned boat city cruises operator located on The Groves in the center of historic Chester.
Half hour cruises depart every 30 minutes on a daily basis, taking you on a cruise along the beautiful River Dee. ChesterBoat also offer private cruises, seasonal excursions and themed party cruises.
The impressive Norman cathedral is the Crown Jewel of the city, and an unmissable archaelogical treasure and space of worship.
The cultural heartbeat of the historic city boasts a huge library, theatre, cinema, café/restaurant, and plenty of exciting events throughout the year.
The oldest racecourse in Britain and home to Chester Races season, running May-September.
The largest zoo in England, the UK’s number one wildlife attraction, star of Channel 4’s The Secret Life of the Zoo and one of Europe’s leading conservation zoos.
DEVA ROMAN EXPERIENCE
Discover what life was like in Roman Britain.
Explore Chester’s Roman heritage and the natural and social history of the area.
GROSVENOR PARK MINIATURE RAILWAY
Travel through the beautiful Grosvenor Park, over the viaduct and round the pond on Chester’s own miniature railway.
The site of Britain’s finest imperial Roman amphitheatre.
ROMAN CITY WALLS OF CHESTER
The most complete remaining in Britain today, a 45-minute stroll around these walls is the perfect way to take in the highlights of the city.
The Bear’s Paw is a delightful 19th century character inn with 17 bedrooms located in the picturesque village of Warmingham.
The Fishpool Inn is a charming and popular gastropub positioned on the edge of Delamere Forest.
The Pheasant Inn offers 12 bedrooms and enjoys some of the most magnificent panoramic views in Cheshire from its location in the Peckforton Hills.
The latest addition to the Nelson Hotels & Inns family, The Manor at Greasby is the Wirral’s newest and most stylish restaurant and wedding barn.