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Chester Town Hall
City: Chester State: Channel Islands Country: United Kingdom
Chester Town Hall is in Northgate Street in the centre of the city of Chester, Cheshire, England. It is a Grade II listed building. It is used for civic functions, council meetings, craft fairs and even marriage ceremonies. Chester town hall was opened in 1869 by the Prince of Wales later King Edward VII. The architect was WH Lynn of Belfast. His design was chosen in a competition. The present Town Hall replaced the Exchange building, which stood at the centre of Northgate Street. The Exchange was built in the year 1698.
Climate | When to Visit
Visit during: March to November
Directions | How to Reach
By Air: The nearest airports to Chester are Manchester International and Liverpool John Lennon, which are both about 40 minutes by road from Chester.By Rail: Virgin Trains run frequent, high speed direct services between London Euston and Chester in approximately two hours. Chester Rail station connects the Chester with all major cities.By Road: Main motorway links to Chester and Cheshire are through the M6, M56 and M53. It is possible to hire a car in and around Chester. Buses are also available to travel within the city.