St Werburgh Street, CH1 2DY
Chester Cathedral is one not to be missed, especially if you are taking a stroll through town. Its stunning, intricate architecture dates back to the 12th century and still has Norman styled features intact. It is a grade I listed building with dates of construction starting between 1093 and the early 16th century.
The Cathedral is free to enter on most days, however, there is the option to offer a voluntary donation to help the Cathedral stay open. It is definitely worth a look if you're passing by.
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