With an abundance of restaurants, pubs and cafes, you are sure to find something to suit both your palate and your pocket in Chester. The city is a shopper's paradise, offering an exciting mix of designer brands, independent gems and high street favourites.

Chester Town Hall dates back to 1865 and is rich in architectural beauty. The Gothic Revival Town Hall was officially opened in 1869 by HRH The Prince of Wales, Earl of Chester (later King Edward VII).

This family friendly attraction gives you the chance to see some of the most spectacular birds of prey, right up close, in the heart of the city and learn all about birds, reptiles, ferrets and more!

Chester Racecourse, known as the Roodee, is – according to official records – the oldest racecourse still in use in England, established in 1539.

Straight from Chester Railway Station, this walk provides you with fantastic views of the city from the magnificent Roman walls of Chester. Explore this lovely city with its stunning Catherdral, medieval buildings and fantastic shopping. Map and further route details can all be found in the guide below. Download the Chester walking guide (PDF) 10 Top Tips for Great Walks This walk has been...

Travel to the city of Chester for the day by rail for shopping and eating out with a Roman backdrop! An exciting mix of designer brands, independent gems and high street favourites make Chester a shopper's paradise.

A well-loved bar in Chester, tucked back in a side street off of Bridge Street.

The Cheshire Military Museum, in Chester, tells the story of the Cheshire Soldiers from the 17th Century right through to the present day.

A family friendly gastro-pub located in the Paddock enclosure of Chester Racecourse.