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Visited today with my friend and our 6 year old girls. Both were very excited to be their and there was only a few visitors. As we all
Made our way round we were approached by one of the staff - infact she by passed...More
The museum is full of rooms to view.There are plenty of Roman artefacts displayed.The museum is set over two floors.Dont miss the period rooms which entered by the shop,they are really interesting.Entry is free but you are requested to make a small donation which I...More
We always enjoy visiting museums and this was no exception. Being in Chester, there is a good selection of Roman artefacts on the ground floor. Well worth viewing is the set of domestic scenes from various periods of British history. I particularly liked the Victorian...More
We had been to Chester in the summer and had done the bus tour where it mentioned the Grosvenor Museum, so we decided on our next visit to Chester that we would go to this museum. We didnt think that it would be very big...More
Ventured down to this museum with a couple of hours to occupy before meeting my wife for lunch. No problem in filling the 2 hours fully with the range of exhibits on offer.
A particular highlight for me was the period house with 3 floors...More
Took our grandsons on an unexpected day off from school. A short walk from the bus stop in Pepper Street, this museum is free and funded from a suggested £3 donation per person. Small self service inexpensive cafe inside, the Roman antiquities appealed most to...More
Thought I had read about it but they do actually have a pen use at Tokyo for the Japanese WWII Surrender together with another used in the Philippines. Unique as all others are Stateside. Also an extensive exhibit of roman bits and pieces well displayed...More