Chester Visitor Centre (Chester) Reviews
Description:Vicars Lane / Chester / Cheshire / CH1 1QX / Public enquiries: 01244 402111.
Newest Review: ... some are only on certain days and they may only be from May to October – the leaflet is not clear as it says daily but at the end of the paragraph states May to October). 9. Wet weather attraction with several rooms to explore – took at least 1 ½ hours but we didn’t use the café facility or go on a guided walk so allow more time. 10. Tourist information centre and National express main ... more
Customer Chester Visitor Centre (Chester) Reviews (2)
by David Sejrup - written on 11/01/11
The Chester Visitor Centre and cafe closed January 2011
by - written on 21/06/06 (Very useful, 112 readings)
NAME OF LOCATION: Chester Visitor centre, Chester BACKGROUND: I had planned a weekend trip to Chester for my boyfriend and me and we went on the sightseeing bus then walked along the Roman walls from the Cathedral via the Roman Amphitheatre excavations to this attraction. ATTRACTIONS 1. DVD shows about the Roman Amphitheatre excavations 2. Roman Amphitheatre exhibition 3. Gift shop 4. Rows café 5. What’s in a Name? – fun way to trace origins of your surname (must admit I didn’t find this section) 6. Virtual Chester tour – flying you in and around the city – must admit didn’t see this either. 7. Changing of Roman ... Read the complete review
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