Best Landmark in Chester

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Chester, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Watergate Street, Chester CH1 2LF

Since 1591

Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, House, Museum & Events

It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building - The house is timber-framed on an ashlar sandstone plinth in two storeys - It is used as an office and meeting rooms

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After a 12 hour, Spiritual investigation here was a lot of evidence that is now online being shown to the world. This place has a deep history that presents itself at the top of lower water gate street and st nicolas street. With it being an old manor house and other things like a place where monks would meet and discuss events when you entre the bulding you feel that you are greeted by spirit, You can rent whole or parts of the building. well worth a visit.
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41-45 Eastgate Street, Chester CH1 1LE

Since 1872

Historical Landmark, Iconic Attraction, Architectural Structure, Historical Places, Tower, Photographed Timepiece, City's Town Hall, Memorial, Cuboid Housing & City Walls

The original gate was guarded by a timber tower which was replaced by a stone tower in the 2nd century and this in turn was replaced probably in the 14th century - The whole structure, gateway and clock was designated as a Grade I listed building

Open 24 Hours

This is a fantastic way to see the city, dropping down the steps here and there to visit, cathedral and rows as you go. Please note the steps up and down so some of us need to take a little more time. The walk takes you under Eastgate Clock and you can view the streets from a vantage point. As over 70's folk, we had a lovely time, and we will return.
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Grosvenor Street, Chester CH1 2DN

Since 1822

Castle, Landmarks, Historical Site, Landscaped Garden, Historical Places, Tourist Attraction, Towers, Wall Paintings, Guided Tours, Town Hall Visitor Information Centre, Events & Castle Walls

Free Entry - The 12th-century Agricola Tower was the first stone gateway to Chester Castle, which had been founded by William the Conqueror - Both blocks are in neoclassical style and are listed Grade I

Tue - Sat 10:30 am - 4:30 pm Sun 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Mon Closed

We arrived at Chester Castle expecting more of a castle so was surprised at what we saw. When you live by the great Lancaster Castle you tend to have high expectations. Anyway it was a lovely visit, the volunteers are obviously passionate and very knowledgeable. We climbed the Agicola tower and walked the castle walls. Some lovely views. We even caught part of a live play. Great visit.
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