Wednesday September 2, 2015

What's On in and around Chester

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Today to 30 Sep 2015 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: Independent girls’ school established in 1878. Built on the site of the old city jail. Richly detailed exterior in the vernacular revival style with mullioned windows, shaped chimneys and an ornate steepled belfry. Visit... View more details - The Queen's School
City Walls Road, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2NN
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: A timber-framed house dating from 1591. The interior has a long oak-beamed hall from where a great oak staircase leads to a gallery. View more details - Stanley Palace
Lower Watergate Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2LF
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Find out more about Chester during the Civil War by visiting this wonderful medieval tower - which used to be a meeting place for the Guilds. Stand on the spot where King Charles is said to have viewed the skirmishes from the... View more details - King Charles Tower
City Walls, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2AE
Sat 12 Sep and Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: One of the most deceptive buildings in Chester, this early Georgan mansion (1700) conceals two medieval town houses of the 13th century. Evidence of these early structures can be seen within the rear of the building and along the... View more details - Booth Mansion
28-30 Watergate Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2LA
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This fine Grade II* listed building was designed as a town house by Thomas Harrison for his friend Thomas Potts, Clerk of Peace, in 1820. View more details - Watergate House
Lower Watergate Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2LA
Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This imposing Victorian Gothic civil building dominates Chester’s main square. Built between 1865-69 (architect: WH Lynn), the Town Hall was originally opened by the Prince of Wales and the Prime Minister, W E Gladstone. It... View more details - Chester Town Hall
Town Hall Square, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2HS
Fri 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This building retains the beautiful fireplace and Tudor overmantle of a town house in Chester’s unique Rows area. View more details - Old Leche House
Old Leche House, 21 Watergate Row South, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2LE
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Converted from two medieval town houses in the early 17th century and home to Chester Civic Trust. Contains ornate plaster ceilings and elaborate carvings on the front gables. Take 27 will be demonstrating their computer modelling... View more details - Bishop Lloyd's Palace
51-53 Watergate Row South, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2LE
Fri 11 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Chester Cathedral is a truly remarkable building, with a history spanning almost two thousand years. Don’t miss seeing: The finest medieval woodcarving, the Cobweb picture, the Chester Imp, the medieval shrine of St... View more details - Chester Cathedral
12 Abbey Square, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2HU
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

The award winning City of Chester Male Voice Choir is holding it’s prestigious Autumn Festival Concert this year at the wonderful city centre venue of The Cathedral. Very special guests this year are the renowned Foden’s Band. Tickets... View more details - City of Chester Male Voice Choir's Autumn Festival Concert
Chester Cathedral Cheshire CH1 2HU
Sat 19 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This early 19th century inn by the architect Thomas Harrison won a Chester Civic Trust award for its recent refurbishment. It was a Gold Award winner in the 2010 Cheshire Food, Drink and Lifestyle Awards.Staff available to provide... View more details - Commercial Hotel
St Peter’s Churchyard, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2HG
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: To the rear of the store is an in-situ Roman hypocaust, which may have been part of the heating system for the Legionary Commander’s quarters. This is not normally accessible. No booking required but could those visiting the... View more details - Roman Hypocaust, Miss Selfridge
14-16 Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 2HA
Thu 10 Sep to Sat 12 Sep

Heritage Open Day: A Grade II listed building erected c.1670 with timber framing and brickwork dating from the 17th century. Ornate Carolean ceiling, open fireplaces and exposed beams. Walled courtyard to rear. Garden seating area - weather... View more details - Sally's Secret Garden
22 Bridge St Row West, Chester, Cheshire CH1 1NN
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: In the basement are the remains of an in-situ Roman hypocaust which heated part of the massive legionary bath-house complex. There is also a medieval rock-cut cellar. View more details - Roman Hypocaust, Spud-U-Like
39 Bridge Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 1NG
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: This listed Grade II* building (c.1650), originally the rectory for St Michael’s Church. Has visible 17th century features including a front wall, galleried great hall and moulded ceilings. There will be free printed... View more details - Mad Hatter's Tearoom
49 Bridge Street Row East, Chester, Cheshire CH1 1NW
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep



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