St. John The Baptists Church, Chester

St. John The Baptists Church, Chester - Address, Phone Number

Address: Vicar's Ln, Chester, Cheshire West and Chester CH1 1SN, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1244403634

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:15 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About St. John The Baptists Church, Chester

St. John the Baptist's Church, Chester, is one of the most beautiful churches in the whole region and is known well among tourists for its chic architecture. The church is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Chester and has become a National Heritage site in the city. The interiors of the church are made up of Norman material and have Early English architecture on its exteriors. So visit the holy destination and indulge in a journey of spirituality and history.

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How To reach St. John The Baptists Church by Public Transport

  • Buses from Pepper Street (Stand Z) can be taken.
  • Taxis and rentals are available and go to the destination.

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  • St Johns is gorgeous outside and in and packed full of history dating back to the 600s. I highly recommend doing the quick free tour--the guide was knowledgeable and pointed out many subtle things of interest. The ruins on the grounds are stunning and definitely worth a wander.

  • A lovely historic church, part of the church is ruined the rest is a thriving pariah church with a friendly vicar. Well worth a visit!

  • The church is adjacent to some wonderful romantic and evocative gothic ruins that are free to explore. Bring your camera!

  • Decent outlet place. The ruins outside are the best bit

  • I went to this church on halloween 2015 took a photo of an empty park from the eastside of church. Next day examined photo it has three ghosts in it, one is a hairy man holding a child the other is a monk. I was close to the arch with the coffin set into it the time was about 10pm the weather was clear and mild, I was with a friend on a ghost tour, the ghosts must have been in Grosvenor Park. This is true!

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