Latest Tourist News From Chester
A charge for street parking in Chester is being introducted in January 2017
New tour from Chestertourist.com
Sunday 11th November 2012
11th November 2012
Tuesday 7th June 2011
Chestival Tree Decoration
Thursday 13th January 2011
Chester Visitor Centre
Vicar's Lane, Chester,
Monday 2nd August 2010
Christmas and Continental Markets
Dates to be announced
Thursday 29th July 2010
72 Brook Street
Coconut Hut is a brand new Afro-Caribbean cafe opened on Brook Street where Venue Cafe was. Inside seating for about 20 people, upstairs opening shortly. Bring your own bottle of wine and just pay corkage to open it.
Fresh home cooked afro-caribbean food
Opened Thursday 29th July 2010.
Open for Breakfasts and Lunches 9am - 5pm at the moment, opening evenings soon.
Meal Deal £2.90.
Saturday 3rd July 2010
Free Chester Zoo Shuttle mini bus for Rail Users
Chester Zoo are operating this summer a free shuttle bus service for rail ticket holders from Chester Station to Chester Zoo.
Wednesday 23rd June 2010
Launch new mobile site for phones
The Minstrels' Court &. St John's Summer FETE
St John's Church Chester
Saturday 26 June 2010
11am - 4.30pm
Monday 7th June 2010
Refurbished Chester Tourist Information Office is open again on the Town Hall Square
Saturday 5th June 2010
Chester Tourist Information Office Reopens at the Town Hall
Monday 3rd May 2010
Pat Collins Fun Fair is in Town
Saturday 10th April 2010
Open Monday 12th April 2010
30th March 2010
The Commercial Hotel accommodation opening April 2010 approx
25th March 2010
The Tourist Information Shop at Chester Town Hall has closed for refurbishment. It has been located in the old Chester City Council Cash offices behind the Town Hall next to the market.
Saturday 25th June 2005
Saturday 18th June 2005
Brannigans Due to reopen 29th July 2005.
Monday 13th June 2005
The Chester Amphitheatre Dig has started up again.
The biggest dig in Britain is taking place in Chester's Roman Amphitheatre. Between June and September, our Amphitheatre is being excavated by a team of archaeologists. A partnership project between Chester City Council and English Heritage, the dig will help us understand the development as a city. You can chat to archaeologists in the nearby Chester Visitor Centre as they process finds, tour the site with them and view the exhibition with hands-on activities.
Find out more from >>> www.chesteramphitheatre.co.uk
Sandy Lane, Boughton
Construction of 'Sandy Lane Aqua Park' to replace the paddling pool
14th May 2005 - Repair work is under way to the St Mary's Church within the Walls.
14th May 2005 - Repair work is under way to the bailey walls of Chester Castle.
The Chester Amphitheatre dig has closed down for the winter.
Finds include musket balls from the civil war, a 17th Century Cellar, and a Roman bone handled gladius !
You can find the latest on the official website of the dig
'Funny Faces' exhibition @ Grosvenor Museum
Chester Cathedral is now charging an admission fee
Chester Tourism Statisics
Chester Visitor Numbers in 2007 - 8.5 million
Source : www.chesterchronicle.co.uk
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