Chester, Cheshire, England. Open daily, Free Admission

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Accessibility:

Accessible Chester is a guide published by Visit Chester and is downloadable from:

https://www.visitcheshire.com/dbimgs/Accessible%20Chester.pdf


Disability parking is available in the following places:

NB: FREE parking is restricted to FOUR(4) hours, after this time a Pay and Display ticket must be purchased for additional hours.

Werburgh Street - on street parking for Blue Badge holders

Car parks 

Frodsham Street - designated disability parking places

Hamilton Street - designated disability parking places

Council run pay and display car parks - Blue Badge must be displayed.

Toilets:

Please note: Many of the city's shops, restaurants and cafes have signed up to the Community Toilet Scheme and allow members of the public to use their facilities.

Public toilets/disability(RADAR)/baby-changing facilities can be found at:

Princess Street 08.00 - 18.00

Fordsham Street 08.00 - 18.00

The Groves 08.00 - 20.00


Shopmobility:  Kaleyards car park, off, Frodsham St, Chester CH1 3JH. Phone: 01244 312626  Hire of wheelchairs and scooters.


Chester A & E Hopsital : Liverpool Rd, Chester CH2 1UL


Brief description:

The city of Chester sits on the River Dee and close to the border of Wales. It has a rich and varied history starting in AD.79 when a Roman fortress (Deva Victix) was founded. The Grade I city walls are the most complete in Britain and the Norman castle is also well preserved. A cathedral has existed in the city since AD.689. The city has a wide variety of building architecture which include the Eastgate clock and The Rows, famous for its black and white architecture and two-storey shopping arcade. Other attractions include the Roman amphitheater, museum, racecourse and zoo.


Address:

Chester, Cheshire, England, UK CH1


Email:


Phone:

Chester Visitor Centre. 01244 405340


Website:

http//:www.visitcheshire.com

http//:www.cityofchester.com


Directions:

Wrexham is approximately 14 miles south  and served by the A483 

Liverpool lies approximately 22 miles north and served by the M56

Map ref: OS SJ405663


Opening Times:

Varied opening hours operate across Chester city venues and attractions.

Transport:

Chester is served by Chester Railway station and Chester Bus Station.

There is good bus network into and around Chester city and its surrounding area

For more travel information go to http://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33


Amenities:

Chester City has plenty of attractions, parks and the racecourse to visit.  It has a large number of hotels and guest houses, pubs, restaurants, cafes, shops and supermarkets available.