A Taste of Chester Walking Tour (Cheshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Northgate Street / Chester / Cheshire / England / CH1 2HJ / Tel: 0845 647 7868
Newest Review: ... couple who met our tour guide so it was a nice small party... It started at 2.00pm outside the town hall and was supposed to take an hour and a half... however our tour ended up taking 2 hours...! Our tour was able to answer some of our general history questions regarding Chester and not just the food related ones and he was obviously very knowledgeable in his field.. He took us to the ice ... more
Customer A Taste of Chester Walking Tour (Cheshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
I found details of this tour on www.visitchester.co.uk when I was looking at things to do for a weekend away in Chester.. The tour costs £5.00 per adult and is essentially a walking tour tasting the various local produce of Chester and Cheshire. My partner and I went and there was only us and another couple who met our tour guide so it was a nice small party... It started at 2.00pm outside the town hall and was supposed to take an hour and a half... however our tour ended up taking 2 hours...! Our tour was able to answer some of our general history questions regarding Chester and not just the food related ones and he was obviously very ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to A Taste of Chester Walking Tou ...
Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens (Horsham) - At its most attractive right now; the fauna ! Mainly ericaceous planting; last opportunity to visit; children may find it dull
Sygun Copper Mine (Snowdonia) - Great if you like paying £8.75 to climb 186 steps for no reason Dangerous and over-priced
Tyntesfield (Bristol) - Beautiful grounds, interesting and well preserved house & chapel None for me
|More products in Sightseeing National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Slimbridge Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre (Slimbridge)|
A huge array of birds especially during the winter
Get your warmest clothes on because it's cold in those hides
|Caernarfon Castle (Caernarfon)|
The castle is awesome and has some excellent historical displays.
Passageways and stairways can be rough and poorly lit.
|Malahide Castle (Malahide)|
|Magic Roundabout (Swindon)||Broadwindsor Craft and Design Centre (Dorset)|
Various shops in one centre, Free admission, Easy car-parking
All a bit predictable
|Tewkesbury Medieval Festival (Tewkesbury)|
Free entry, Huge and well-organised battle re-enactment, Lots of stalls to browse around
Limited on-site and local parking, Weather dependent
|Sky Mirror (Nottingham Playhouse)|
Makes a great atlking point for Theatre visitors.
Water leaks a bit.
|Ulster American Folk Park (Omagh)|
Engaging, authentic, and very well presented
Location - far from Belfast
|Osborne House (Isle of Wight)|
Beautiful insight into the homely life of Queen Victoria.
Gets very crowded and never enough time to view everything.