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Currently closed for refurbishment...
Visited Chester today April 2018 and staff at the Tourist Information Centre informed me that the attraction is currently closed and there are plans to relocate it more in the city centre. Which should make it a lot more accessible. Unfortunately...More
Really interesting exhibits. The man on the gate also knew his stuff. Great for a quick look round or longer if you want to read all the information on. Trepanation and the method used in the middle ages for removing kidney stones make you grateful...More
Excellent place and very interesting. Adults as well as young people enjoyed it very much. It is only a small interactive musuem but is worth a visit if you are walking the Chester walls. Very reasonably priced
Was looking forward to seeing what this venue had to offer - and made a special trip to visit it.
Sadly the attraction has been closed for a period of time (not posted on its website - and information still being given out about it...More
My wife and I visited on Sat the 9th of September having prepaid for our admission tickets online. When arriving in Chester it was very difficult to find a taxi driver that knew where the Sick to Death museum was. We did however find one...More
The exhibition is housed inside 2 towers located on the city walls. It is interesting to see the tower interiors as they are not accessible unless the exhibition is visited. Don't miss the opportunity to see a fully restored Camera Obscura in the first tower...More
We had a great time in here and despite it being a small museum it was thoroughly enjoyable.
The young man at the admission desk was friendly and talkative and this was a great start to our visit. It is fairly easy to find, though...More
It took me a while to find this museum at first, and it is quite a stroll from the city centre (you find it close to Water Tower Gardens along the city walls).
It is a lovely small museum inside one of the towers and...More