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Grosvenor Museum
27 Grosvenor Street
Chester
Cheshire

CH1 2DD | View map
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History comes alive at this award-winning Museum!

  • See the most impressive collection of Roman tombstones, along with fascinating displays that build up a picture of Roman Chester - watch out for the Roman soldiers along the way!
  • Visit 20 Castle Street and go back in time to home life from the 17th century to the 1930s, including Mary and her Victorian kitchen and even a fully fitted Edwardian bathroom.
  • Discover the world of Charles Kingsley, the famous naturalist of Victorian Chester and explore 'hands-on' the geology and natural history of the area.
  • Enjoy the beauty of the paintings, sculpture and furniture in the Art Gallery and discover the city's important place in the history of silver.
With hands-on activities, a lively special exhibition programme, bright Conservatory Shop and step free access to all ground floor galleries, the Grosvenor Museum is a fun day out for all the family.

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Months Open: All year
Admission Price: Free
Catering: Refreshments

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