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Chester Roman Amphitheatre

Chester Roman Amphitheatre Summary

  • Address: Vicars Lane, Chester (Map)
  • Tel: +44 (0)1244 402466
  • Owner: English Heritage
  • Administrator: Chester City Council
  • E-mail: Click here to contact

Chester Roman Amphitheatre Description

The largest Roman amphitheatre in Britain, partially excavated. It was used for entertainment and military training by the 20th Legion, based at the fortress of Deva.

Opening Times - 2011

Any reasonable time

Admission Prices - 2011

  • Adult - Free
  • Child - Free
  • Seniors - Free

Your Reviews of Chester Roman Amphitheatre

Ali (06 December 2011)

Absolutely amazing that this has been discovered. The Roman Amphitheatre has been restored beautifully and is a must see if you are visiting Chester. The history goes back to about 74 AD which makes this city nearly 2000 years old. If you get the chance to go on a Roman walk to discovery the history in full.

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Additional Info for Chester Roman Amphitheatre

  • YesOpen All Year
  • YesDogs allowed
  • YesDisabled Access

Heritage Groups

  • YesEnglish Heritage

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