Whether you're a local to Chester or you're simply paying this historic city a visit, make sure you check out the Roman Gardens!
Most of the Roman building fragments on display in the gardens were unearthed at the end of the nineteenth century during excavations in Chester. The project formed part of Chester's contribution to the 1951 Festival of Britain.
The Roman Gardens can be accessed from Little St John Street near Newgate on the City Walls and from the Groves by the River Dee. They are free to enjoy, so be sure to plan a trip the next time you venture into Chester for a free day out.
Concessions: Free entry