Grosvenor Museum, Chester

Grosvenor Museum, Chester - Address, Phone Number

Address: Grosvenor Museum, 27 Grosvenor St, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2DD, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1244972197

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:30 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Grosvenor Museum, Chester

Grosvenor Museum is one of the best museums in the city and is famous for its exquisite collection of items of roman times. The place is in Grosvenor Street and is a recorded Grade II listed building in the National Heritage List for England. The Museum which opened its gate in 1886 today has become of the best attractions for tourist and locals alike. So take some time off and be mesmerised by the history and customs of Chester and get to know the city a bit better.

Grosvenor Museum Ticket Prices

  • Free for adults and children

How To reach Grosvenor Museum by Public Transport

  • Buses from o/s Ye Olde Kings Head can be taken to the destination.
  • Taxis and rentals are available and go to the destination.

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Grosvenor Museum, Chester Reviews - Write a Review

  • Great little museum. Son loved dressing up in civil war helmets and Victorian clothes. Lots of interesting exhibits with bitesize explanations. An entertaining, informative hour!

  • Wonderful museum with fascinating local history, going back to pre-Roman times. Went there with a school trip and had a great time.

  • Excellent presentation of Chester's history. Went with a school party and they laid on some excellent activities for us

  • Very old style town museum. Large, rambling place with stairs. Collection of Roman grave stones and finds. Nice model of Roman town. Also some rooms decorated in 16th,17th,18th century style, with creepy shop dummies. It's like a museum from 1950s.

  • Kids loved it. Lots of interactive displays. They enjoyed trying on the helmets! We also went during Pokemon weekend so we were able to watch the Pokemon movie for free in the auditorium, which was very comfortable.

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