The historic junction of Chester Cross lies in the centre of the city, within reach of its four major streets. They include Eastgate Street, Watergate Street, Northgate Street and Bridge Street.
A highlight of Chester Cross is the monument of Chester High Cross, a Grade II listed landmark resting in front of St Peter’s Church.
The monument dates back to the 14th century and was replaced by another in 1476. The landmark has seen ample history, being turned to ruin a couple of times! It was resurrected in 1949 into what you see today.
The site of Chester Cross itself is within easy reach of many of the city’s best attractions, including the Rows, Eastgate Clock and the River Dee.
If you want to enjoy the city’s central attractions, this is the place to be.
Chester Cross is a fantastic spot to experience the city centre…
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