Chester Cathedral , Chester

About Chester Cathedral , Chester

Chester Cathedral , Chester - Address, Phone Number

Address: St Werburgh St, Chester, Cheshire West and Chester CH1 2DY, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1244324756

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Chester Cathedral is a church of English cathedral with the mother church of the Diocese of Chester. The cathedral is dedicated to Jesus Christ and Blessed Virgin Mary and sees a lot of tourists from around the world. The architectural style is Romanesque mixed with English Gothic architecture and Gothic architecture. The cathedral is a Grade I listed building in the city and is one of the best attractions that the city has to offer.

How To reach Chester Cathedral by Public Transport

  • Buses from Bus Exchange can be taken to the destination.
  • Taxis and rentals are available and go to the destination.

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  • The Chester Cathedral was our first stop in Chester. It was open to the public and we didn't have to pay an entrance fee, but we still made a donation. With buildings like this, I like to try and get to the highest point (usually a bell tower) and get nice views, but I'm pretty sure you can only access the tower via the tours and there were no tours the day we were in town. Darn! The inside rooms and the grounds were very nice.

  • Recently visited to see an exhibition of sculpture housed within the Cathedral and its gardens. It was well worth the visit however the cathedral is worth visiting on its own accord with much to interest from the architecture and splendid sculptural and artistic features. There are exquisite mosaic reredos and tiled floors.

  • A beautiful cathedral. Full of the Holy Spirit. So many of these large ancient buildings need a colossal amount of money just to keep going. The staff in the entrance were quick to point out that they were asking for donations, not an entrance few. It was lovely to see Chester cathedral housing an art exhibition, "the Ark".

  • Great visit. Recommend the bell tower trip. Matt was an amusing and informative guide and views from the top amazing!

  • A beautiful cathedral. Lovely building. The lego model of the cathedral is very impressive. Well worth a visit and admission is free!

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