Welcome to the historic city of Chester. The City of Chester has a rich and fascinating history, from its beginnings as a Roman fortress 2000 years ago to the vibrant modern city of today. Popular attractions include the city walls and gates, the Cross (where four Roman streets converge and the Town Crier delivers proclamations), the largest Roman amphitheatre in Britain, Roman Gardens, the magnificent Cathedral, the unique Tudor Rows (covered galleries of shops), the Eastgate Clock and the River Dee.

Eastgate and the Eastgate Clock

Chester is a year round destination offering a lively cafe bar and restaurant culture with vibrant entertainment. Ideally located as a touring base, atmospheric Chester is within an hour's drive of Manchester and Liverpool. It is also a great base for exploring North Wales and the Cheshire countryside. This site is intended for anyone who has an interest or affiliation with this historic city. Whether you are looking for somewhere to stay or planning how to spend your time during your visit, we hope the site is of some help.

Chester's historic walls walkway

Please use the Site Map to find tour way around.