Roman Chester9th Aug 2024

Roman Chester



Deva Victrix, modern-day Chester, was one of the three permanent legionary fortresses of Roman Britain. It is characterised by unique and anomalous buildings, and archaeologists still puzzle over whether these could have been built with rather a greater intended status in mind.

Discover artefacts in the Grosvenor Museum and enjoy a walking tour in this historic British city.


1 Day


Full Price£170

(excludes flights)

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What to Expect

  • A guided tour of the Grosvenor Museum with our expert guide along with a chance to go behind the scenes with Jane Hebblewhite,Senior Heritage Officer
  • Embark on a walking tour of Chester, taking in some of the Roman walls, the amphitheatre and Roman traces beneath the city

Day by Day Itinerary

10.15 We meet the group at the Grosvenor Museum for tea and coffee.

10.30 Enjoy an introductory lecture by Tony Wilmott.

11.30 Half the group will have a guided tour of the museum with Tony, the other half will go behind the scenes with Jane Hebblewhite.

12.45 Break for lunch.

14.00 The afternoon will be spent on a walking tour, taking in some of the Roman walls, the Amphitheatre and Roman traces beneath the city. We end the tour at the Norman cathedral and monastic church of St Johns.

16.00 Disperse.

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Tour Enquiry

The team is available Monday to Friday from 8am – 6pm (GMT)

Call us: 01722 713 800