I went on a Chester “Daily Walking Tour” starting at 10:30am on Tuesday, 13th August, (cost £6 or concession £5) with a group of people led by a senior resident of Chester, who was a wealth of information. We started at the Town Hall (Tourist Visitors Information Centre) where firstly, he explained the history of the Town Hall and the wonderful sculpture out front, then into the grounds of Chester Cathedral, where he pointed out interesting historical features; through ”The Rows” shopping walkways; past the beautiful Chester Grosvenor Hotel; over Eastgate, advising the history of the Clock, along the old Roman Walls to the amphitheatre; along the walls to Bridgegate and beyond; past St Olave’s old Viking church finally ending up back at the Tourist Visitors Information Centre to Chester. The tour went for approx. 1½ hours, which included time for photos. I loved it as it is an excellent introduction to Chester. I highly recommend this walking tour.
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