Slide background
Slide background
Slide background
Slide background
Slide background
Slide background


Welcome to the beautiful City of Chester where your Guide is waiting to show you over 2,000 years of history


We look forward to seeing you all again – we’ve missed you!

Group bookings can be made


Daily Guided Walking Tours

The Chester Tour

Every day of the year at 10.30am. Additional daily tour at 2pm between Easter and end October.

Tickets direct from the Guide at the Town Hall Visitor Information Centre on Northgate Street (or just outside if it is closed).

£8 adults

£7 concessions (retired or in full-time education)

£20 families (2 adults and 2 children under 16 years)

Tour duration 90 minutes approx.

Or book this tour for your group here

Chester Ghost Tour

Every Saturday evening at 7.30pm

May to August – Fridays & Saturdays. September to November – Thursday, Friday & Saturday – check here for dates

Book your tickets here. Places are limited so please book in advance.

Meet your Guide outside the Town Hall Visitor Information Centre on Northgate Street

£10 adults

£9 concessions (children, students, seniors)

£25 families (2 adults and 2 children)

Book this tour for your group here

See full list of tours for groups here

Coming Soon: The English Heritage Tour of Chester (includes castle)

No matter what time of year you visit, there is always something going on in Chester, including the many festivals, parades and Town Crier proclamations throughout the summer, to the Winter Watch Parades, Winter Wonderland and Christmas Market in the colder months. Your Guide will keep you informed of where to be and when, so you can be sure to make the most of your visit.

Afterwards you can relax in one of the many old hostelries, cafes or restaurants and plan your next day of delights, whether that might be a visit to Chester’s award-winning Zoo (as seen on TV in Our Zoo) or to venture deep in to the surrounding countryside of Cheshire, Merseyside or North Wales.

The Chester Walls

The mighty circuit of walls, first built by the Romans when they established their Fortress Deva, and the remains of the largest Roman stone-built amphitheatre in the country.

The Rows

Our unique two-tier shopping galleries first built in the Middle Ages when Chester was a thriving sea-faring port.

River Dee

The attractive riverside promenade with its complete Edwardian bandstand, Victorian ice-cream kiosks and boat trips along the River Dee.

The Eastgate Clock

The famous Eastgate Clock, said to be the second most-photographed clock in the country.

The Towers

The impressive towers along the walls with their hidden secrets.
Horse race at Chester Race Course

The Roodee

The Roodee, the oldest racecourse in the country.