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Chester Attractions

Chester Attractions – A Wealth of Things To See and Do in an Extraordinary City Chester attractions never fail to amaze, with an astonishing array of variety from the alfresco to the aquatic, which will amuse and entertain adults and children of all ages around the clock. Always with a full calendar of fun things to do in Chester, you will not only be kept busy but also find it a vibrant place to be. You may be thinking of visiting a specific attraction or are looking for sights and Chester events to spice up a trip

 
Chester Racecourse

Chester Racecourse

Chester Race Company is a dynamic and rapidly expanding organisation. The company's vision is that it becomes synonymous in people's psyche as a first option in deciding what to do in their "leisure" time. The extensive "what's on" list is grown season on season with racing as its core product offering. The Racecourse now also offers: polo, horse show, concerts, fine dining, theatre box office, the circus etc. In the medium term we continue to work towards guaranteeing that all events that take place at Chester & Bangor-on-Dee Racecourses are all organized to the same exacting standards and provide visitors to the event of their choice with a 1st class "experience". The Chester Race Company Limited ["CRCL"] has been established since 1892. In 2002, CRCL acquired Bangor on Dee racecourse and in 2003, the Express Holiday Inn Hotel at Chester Racecourse franchise.

Hotels near Chester Racecourse
Dragonfly5 starfrom £115.00
Roomzzz Chester City from £60.00
Crowne Plaza Chester4 starfrom £92.00
Holiday Inn Express, Chester Racecourse3 starfrom £56.42
Watergate Apartment from £250.00
 
Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo covers an area of over 100 acres within a total land holding of over 400 acres. The Zoo was founded in the early 1930s by George Mottershead, this followed an earlier venture in partnership with Dr. English of developing a small zoo at Shavington, Cheshire, where the Mottershead family market garden business was based. The Zoo is internationally known for its innovative enclosure designs, which in the early years were achieved in an austere economic climate, for its many breeding successes and its involvement in co-operative breeding programmes. In 2004 visitor attendance was approximately 1,087,000 (not including the under 3's), the Zoo continues to play important roles in developing conservation outreach, research, education and marketing strategies.

Hotels near Chester Zoo
The Alton Lodge Hotel3 starfrom £40.00
Green Gables Guest House4 starfrom £72.00
DoubleTree by Hilton Chester (formerly Hoole Hall Hotel Country Club)4 starfrom £74.25
Cheltenham Lodge4 starfrom £69.00
Dene Hotel Chester2 starfrom £29.00
 
Chester Cathedral

Chester Cathedral

There has been a church on this site for over 1000 years. Originally a Saxon Minster, then rebuilt as a Benedictine Abbey, this magnificent building has been the Cathedral of the Diocese of Chester since 1541. The Cathedral houses one of the most complete medieval monastic complexes in the country. Intricately carved Quire stalls which are almost 800 years old and considered to be the finest in the UK. A digital audio 'Guideport' tour is included in the admission fee.

Hotels near Chester Cathedral
The Coach House Inn4 starfrom £70.00
The Pied Bull from £48.30
The Bull and Stirrup Hotel from £52.50
The Commercial Hotel from £79.00
Maison Claire3 starfrom £49.00
 

Other Attraction near Chester

  • Blue Planet Aquarium - Blue Planet Aquarium, the largest aquarium adventure in the UK
  • Jodrell Bank Visitor Centre - The Jodrell Bank Visitor Centre is the visitor centre for the world famous Lovell Radio Telescope and the Jodrell Bank Observatory.
  • Tatton Park - A day at Tatton Park has much to offer. Its two historic houses, the Mansion and Tudor Old Hall, are set in 1000 acres of beautiful parkland with lakes, tree-lined avenues and herds of red and fallow deer.