Things To Do a Visit In Chester

Chester is a city in the county of Cheshire, England. It is located on the River Dee and has a population of 159,900 inhabitants (2011 census), making it the third largest city in the county after Warrington and Shrewsbury. Chester was founded as Roman fort City of Isca around AD 79 by Aulus Platorius Nepos and became a bishopric in 1011AD with Saint Oswald becoming its first bishop. The city has been occupied since at least 1075 when it was taken by William le Gros who rebuilt it into a Norman motte-and-bailey castle complex; this structure still stands today

Visit Chester Zoo

The Chester Zoo is located in one of the most beautiful parts of England, and it’s open from 10am to 5pm every day. This zoo has been around since 1896, when it was founded by a former minister who wanted to create an educational facility for local people.

The zoo has over 1,000 animals representing more than 450 species from all over the world! There are also many interactive displays that children will love such as walk-through aviaries where you can see birds up close or touch their feathers or feet!

If you have little ones who like animals too but don’t want them running around like normal kids then they should definitely visit this place because there are plenty of things inside so that everyone can enjoy themselves without worrying about safety issues involving pets getting loose among other things which could happen easily if left unchecked by adults not knowing what type  of precautions need taken before allowing anyone under age 12 years old unaccompanied access into restricted areas (for example animal pens).

Visit the Cavern

The Cavern is a geological wonder. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Chester.

The cavern was formed millions of years ago when the River Dee flowed through it, leaving behind limestone deposits that were later covered by sandstone. Visitors can walk down into this underground world where stalactites hang like icicles on the ceiling, stalagmites rise up like tall pillars and stalactites grow upward from cracks in the ground, creating spiky formations that look like they’re made out of diamonds!

Visit the National Waterways Museum

The National Waterways Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of the United Kingdom’s waterways. It is located in Chester, Cheshire and is open daily from 10am to 5pm.

The museum was established in 1992 as part of an initiative by British Waterways who wanted to encourage interest in boating on Britain’s inland waterways. Since then it has become one of the main attractions for visitors visiting Chester and is well worth visiting if you have time during your trip through England!

Visit the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery is located in Hanley, near Stoke-on-Trent. It’s open from 10am to 5pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays; from 10am to 4pm on Wednesdays; from 1pm to 5pm on Thursdays and Saturdays; and closed on Sundays. Admission costs £7 for adults (16+) or £4 for children aged between five and 15 years old.

There are two floors full of displays that explore the history of pottery making in the area as well as other aspects such as art galleries, exhibitions and events that take place at the museum throughout the year.

Visit Chester Royalty on Market Hill

The Royalty is a museum and learning center that tells the story of Chester’s history, culture and heritage. It is located on Market Hill, just outside what was once the city wall in Chester.

The Royalty was designed by George Childs in 1879 for William Jackson who wanted to create a centre for educating people about their history and culture. The building has been completely refurbished since then but still hosts regular exhibitions which are free to visit if you wish to learn more about this city or its people!

Explore the city on a horse-drawn carriage ride

Chester is a city that you can visit by horse-drawn carriage ride. The ride is an excellent way to see the city at night and in the morning, but also during the day. It’s a great experience for anyone who loves horses, as well as people who want a unique opportunity to get out of their comfort zone and enjoy something new!

The best thing about this activity is that it doesn’t cost much money: just £5 per person (or £3 if you’re under 16 years old). You’ll be taken around town along narrow roads with cobblestone streets through picturesque neighborhoods with shops selling local goods like jewelry or artisanal chocolate bars; then back again on foot before ending up at another destination where there will be more shopping opportunities available such as boutiques selling designer clothing pieces made from natural materials like linen or silk blends which may contain other types of fibers such as cotton threads woven together into fabrics instead


Chester is a great city to visit. It’s small enough to get around easily, but big enough that you can find whatever your heart desires, from theatre and music to shopping and historic sites.

If you’re visiting with kids then there are plenty of indoor activities that will keep them happy while their parents catch up on some much needed time alone! If your family likes outdoor adventures then be sure to check out the Fleece Mill which has been converted into an art gallery by local artists (and even features changing exhibitions during its summer season). Or perhaps you’d rather just relax by the riverbank? Then head over towards Hanley Park where one of Chester’s oldest parks offers plenty of space for jogging or just sitting down with a book under a tree canopy while listening carefully as birds chirp away above your head.

Traveling in Chester with Chester Taxis

Chester Taxis is a taxi company that can take you anywhere in the UK. If you are visiting Chester, this will be your best option for getting around town.

The taxis are clean and comfortable, as well as affordable. They offer competitive prices for their services compared to other similar companies in Chester who may charge more money or have longer waiting times due to traffic congestion caused by tourists visiting the city center during peak hours (between 11am – 5pm).


If you’re looking for a great day out, Chester is the perfect place to visit. With so many attractions, activities and events on offer, there are plenty of reasons why you should make the trip. The city is also home to some fantastic museums like the National Waterways Museum which will keep even the most history-minded person entertained for hours.

And if you’re looking for somewhere fun to do with kids then look no further than our list of things to do in Chester: A blog about the top places you can visit while visiting Chester.

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