Chester is a beautiful city with a history going back to the Romans when it was a military camp named Deva Victrix. This gem of an historical city has much to offer the visitor. Whether you wish to visit for sightseeing, family or business outings, sporting events, art and entertainment, there can surely be no better way to transport yourselves than by minibus hire in Chester. Entrust your timetable and curriculum to the professionals at www.chestercoachhire.co.uk who will be pleased to accommodate you with the best minibus hire in Chester to suit your group or party’s needs. Contact the team at www.chestercoachhire.co.uk for drivers who have expertise and knowledge of the locality, with a high reputation for punctuality and driving safely. Services at Chester coach hire are second to none, and will provide everything you hope for in minibus services ensuring your excursions and visits to Chester all run smoothly according to plan, in comfort and safety.
Discover more about the history of this remarkable city and follow Hoots Route’ in Chester Unlocked which is running throughout the summer. ‘Hoot’ is the owl that sits on the right shoulder of the Goddess Minerva statue in Edgars Field by the River Dee. The second century shrine is the only monument of its kind in Western Europe that remains in its original location. Unseen artefacts from the vaults of the Grosvenor museum will be placed on display at the locations where they were first discovered. 1 June 2015 – 30 Sept 2015
Zoo Keeper Training Camp – kids of all ages can find out whether they have what it takes to be a zoo keeper on the Fountain Lawn between 12 noon and 2 pm each day from 18 July to 31 August.
Chester Cathedral – free entry
The original church on this site was founded in 689 by King Ethelred of Mercia, eventually becoming Chester cathedral in 1541. It is one of the very few abbeys to survive Henry VIII’s dissolution of the abbeys. The cathedral makes an exceptional venue for hosting special events.
The best preserved walled city in Britain.
Enjoy the promenade and views from this almost complete circuit of the city’s wall.
Chester Race Meetings
Season runs from May to September. The oldest racecourse in the UK dating back to the 16th century (the site itself dates back to Roman times).