Chester Roman Gardens , Chester

Chester Roman Gardens , Chester - Address, Phone Number

Address: Pepper St, Chester CH1 1DQ, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1244402260

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About Chester Roman Gardens , Chester

A charming and picturesque garden constructed in Roman style is what the place is all about. The path in the place runs through the garden from Pepper Street to the river. The garden is a perfect place to spend a morning or an afternoon with your family. The construction, ambience and the whole look of the park is one that no traveller should miss.

Chester Roman Gardens Opening and Closing Hours

  • The garden is open at all reasonable times.

How To reach Chester Roman Gardens by Public Transport

  • Take a bus from Lower Bridge Street (Stand Y) station to reach the destination.
  • Taxis and rentals are available and go to the destination.

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  • Beautiful piece of history in this town in Chester. You can walk through to the river and gather information about the the Roman Bath which is located in here long ago. Definitely an experience for history lovers. I really enjoyed to walk around with my wife and made plenty of photos together.

  • Some sort of archeological joke. Loads of pillar bases, hypocaust, mosaics and other Roman pieces, all ripped out of context and interpretation, and stuck in a park. Very odd and very out-of-date concept.

  • Beautiful garden, beautiful historic place.... well preserved history. So happy for the opportunity to be here💚👍🏽

  • As ever 2 parties of school children sinning and dexing. Excellent interpretation except for 1 strange stainless steel screen.

  • A lovely bit of roman architecture left standing and the walk on the ancient walls is well worth it

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