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Chester History and Heritage

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St Michael's Row, Bridge Street Row, Chester, Cheshire CH1 1NW United Kingdom
01244 972210http://historyandheritage.westcheshiremuseums.co.uk/

Upcoming Events

January 2017

All the World’s a Stage

9 January - 30 June

From amateur dramatics to the much loved Royalty Theatre, from the Tatler newsreels to the evenings when we were all bewitched by the silver screens.

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June 2017
£3.00

The Silver Screen

29 June @ 2.00pm - 3.30pm

Join local expert David Ellis for an afternoon of nostalgia.

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July 2017

There are Places I Remember …

3 July - 15 December

Step back in time with our latest exhibition as local photographer Doug Stewart showcases his modern images of Northgate Street alongside our collection of the same buildings in the 1960s.

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Grosvenor Park and the Bicentenary of Edward Kemp

3 July - 15 December

This mini photographic exhibition on Grosvenor Park celebrates the bicentenary of Edward Kemp (1817-1891), one of the leading designers of parks and gardens in mid-Victorian England.

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Unlocking the Past

22 July @ 11.00am - 4.00pm

Meet experts from Cheshire Archives & Local Studies, Chester History & Heritage, and the Cheshire Family History Society to find out more about your family and local history.

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August 2017
£3

Up the Junction

1 August @ 7.00pm - 8.30pm

On 1 August 1847 the foundation stone for our impressive railway station was laid. Join railway historian John Whittingham for this guided walk and talk.

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September 2017

A Walk around Grosvenor Park

6 September @ 1.30pm - 3.00pm

To complement our exhibition about Grosvenor Park and the bicentenary of its designer Edward Kemp, join one of our Guild of Chester Tour Guides on a guided walk around the park.

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Chester History & Heritage Open Day

9 September @ 11.00am - 4.00pm

Visit the medieval St Michael’s Church, which was rebuilt in 1849-51 by Chester architect James Harrison.

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