Chester City Walls

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by Conrad

Location: Northgate Street, Chester

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If you want a different way to explore Chester then a walk by City Walls should be just what you are looking for. Originally constructed during Roman times, to defend the city, they have since evolved into one of its prime visitor attractions. Circling almost the whole of medieval Chester, their two-mile circumference incorporates local landmarks like Phoenix Tower, Morgan’s Mount and Bonewaldesthorne’s Tower – as well as the celebrated Eastgate clock. Choosing to discover the city by walking The Walls will also allow the whole family to enjoy stunning panoramic views of Chester, making it an ideal activity at any time of year.

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