Chester Suspension Bridge
suspension bridge chester

Chester Suspension Bridge

Looking to experience amazing, elevated views of the River Dee and Chester’s beautiful architecture? Come and see Chester Suspension Bridge (a.k.a. Queens Park Bridge).

A wonderful piece of engineering and architecture, the suspension bridge connects the Queen’s Park area of Chester with the Groves. The bridge came to be in 1852 and is the only footbridge in Chester.

It’s a fantastic spot for a picture, enjoying far-reaching views down the River Dee to the Old Dee Bridge and the surrounding buildings. You can also enjoy watching Mark Twain and Lady Diana from ChesterBoat sail to and fro on the water below.

The bridge offers easy access to the stunning spaces of Chester Meadows and Grosvenor Park; perfect for walking enthusiasts!

Alternatively, wander down to one of the nearby eateries for a riverside meal.

A stunning spot in the heart of Chester, come and explore Chester Suspension Bridge…

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