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While walking along the River Dee and Grosvenor Park led us to this church. It’s near the Roman Amphitheater. This was the first cathedral in Chester. A small but interesting piece of architecture worth looking at.
St John The Baptist's church is a wonderful historic site in an area that oozes history as it's very close to the Roman Walls,Roman Gardens and the Roman Amphitheatre.
During the Middle Ages, St John The Baptist's Church was the first cathedral of Chester ,a...More
This is a very welcoming church bright and cheerful with a cafe and shop at the rear. The ladies in the shop were very friendly and helpful. It is the original cathedral. Inside are massive Norman pillars
We popped in towards the end of a busy day, so couldn't really do the church justice. Nevertheless, what we saw was wonderful. Breath taking. A must for history lovers. Can't wait to go back and spend more time there soaking up the atmosphere and...More
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Hi Andrea, we actually caught the park and ride from Chester zoo. As you will possibly know, living in Eastham, Chester can be a nightmare for parking and expensive too. Alternatively you can catch the train into Chester... More
Hi Andrea, we actually caught the park and ride from Chester zoo. As you will possibly know, living in Eastham, Chester can be a nightmare for parking and expensive too. Alternatively you can catch the train into Chester from Hooton or Bromborough