Chester's Town Hall, in Northgate St, is a good place to start and the Tourist Information centre is right next door if you need maps and guides etc..
in fact you can pick up a free City Centre Attractions Guide for money-saving vouchers on museum visits and places to eat in the tourist office.
Favorite thing: The Town Hall where the tourist information office is situated was built in 1864 and the design apparently bases on the Cloth Hall in Ypres in Belgium.
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