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Wedding Venues In Chester

Find a Wedding Venue in Chester

ChesterChester is located in the North West of England in the count of Chester and is one of the most picturesque areas of the UK. It has a compact city centre which allow easy access to visitors between the various places and things to do in the city centre.
Be sure to take in the visible Roman ruins throughout the town including the Roman Amphitheatre and hypocaust within the Roman gardens.

For those who enjoy a flutter, Chester racecourse is one of the most picturesque course in England, the outdoor types may enjoy a bit of boating on the River Dee while those who love architecture and history will be taken back by the beauty of Chester Cathedral and the kids will love a visit to Chester Zoo. Chester has a great nightlife and there are many excellent restaurants and bars to be found in the town.

If you are thinking of getting married in Chester then there are many beautiful venues to choose from including castles, halls, gardens and churches.

Geographically the walled city of Chester is located on the River Dee, close to the border of Wales and lying near to the city of Liverpool.
When Chester was founded by the Romans in AD79 during the reign of Emperor Vespasian it was initially a fort named Deva Victrix and was one of the main Roman army camps in Britannia and later became a major civilian settlement. The walls which were built the Romans were strengthened and extended by the Saxons to protect the city against Viking invaders and meant that Chester was one of the last settlements to fall to the Normans. Upon capturing the City, William the Conqueror ordered a Castle to be built in order to dominate the area and the border to Wales.

Chester’s wall and medieval buildings are among the best preserved in the UK and many Victorian restorations still stand in the city centre.
Much of the land within Chester is still owned by the Duke of Westminister who owns Eaton Hall, an estate near the village of Eccleston. The city houses many buildings and attractions bearing the Duke’s family name of Grosvenor such as the Grosvenor Park and the Grosvenor Bridge.

Chester Wedding Venue Ideas

Chester Racecourse

If you are an equestrian lover or like to have a bit of a flutter then Chester Racecourse could be the ideal wedding venue for you, set in six acres of stunning grounds and view of the River Dee it makes an ideal setting for your special day. There is a wide range of rooms available for use to give you a more bespoke day for an intimate celebration to up to 650 guests for a spectacular bonanza. They offer excellent service and fine dining experience for your celebration all sourced from local seasonal produce to create menus to suit your needs whether you are having a sit down meal or a buffet.

Chester Zoo

Weddings at Chester Zoo take place at their beautiful Victorian mansion Oakfield House which is set among their awards winnings gardens.
Your wedding package will include exclusive use of Oakfield House, it is an elegant and unique venue which allows your day guest full access to the zoo’s visitor attractions. If you are looking for something that will live long in the memories of your guest then Chester Zoo is definitely one for the shortlist.

Not only will you be having the day of your life, Chester zoo is a charity organisation and all profits go straight back into the zoo and their conservation efforts both in the UK and across the globe.