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Points of Interest: Chester
Chester is a city in Cheshire which was granted its official city status back in 1541. Originally founded during the reign of Emperor Vespasian in 79AD it later became a major civilian settlement in 686.
Chester features several Victorian buildings that have been maintained and restored over the years along with several medieval buildings. The Industrial Revolution allowed for much expansion in Chester including the development of the Chester Town Hall & The Grosvenor Museum which still feature much of their Victorian Architecture.
Large sections of land in Chester are owned by the Duke of Westminster such as the Eaton Hall estate. The Duke’s family name is Grosvenor hence why Chester features the Grosvenor Bridge & The Grosvenor Hotel.
Chester features one of the UK’s oldest racecourses, a 1000 year old cathedral and several unique shopping rows where the buildings have been in situ for over 700 years. The cathedral is free to enter with many tourists flocking to the tours organised there along with the famous Chester zoo which see’s over 1.6 million visitors every year.