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This museum really consists of two museums, one in a building constructed in 1885 to house the museum, and the other the adjoined 20 Castle Street, originally a 16th century house. The outside of the main building is attractive with carved figures, peacocks and dogs....More
Came by this museum by accident. Spent a couple of informative hours and even attempted to build an amphitheatre! Even better that it was free and well worth the visit. Interesting videos of life gone by. Well worth a visi.
We visited as a family with a 7 and 8 year old - for a free museum there is enough here to interest all ages for an hour or so. We particularly enjoyed the house through time and the nature gallery. There are interactive elements...More
This is a very family friendly museum with an eccentric collection. The Roman tombstones are astonishing, the roman gallery is quite good and the replica rooms from 1800 -1930s are very good. Its quite small but they make a big fuss over children and its...More
This was a nice museum for an hour or so,,,a contemporary gallery and a Chester classic art gallery plus a bit of natural history, geology, a Chester House with a room from each century. Best bit was a 12 minute film on the history of...More
My wife, myself and two of our friends visited this museum after visiting the Cheshire Military Museum, and unfortunately due to our tight schedule we could not spend too much time here. What was instantly noticeable was the amount of kids in this museum –...More
On a terrible Bank Holiday Day, we decided to visit this museum which we have ignored in the past many times. An excellent museum which is free and definitely worth a donation. We found the Roman artefacts which has d been dug up facinating also...More