External Links

If you would like to learn more about medieval Chester, and the medieval heritage of the city today, we've brought together some of the best websites to visit.

Grosvenor Museum, Chester
Visit the website of our project partner, the Grosvenor Museum. Read about current exhibitions and events.

Wrexham Museum
Find out about events and exhibitions at Wrexham Museum, which will host our 'Discover a Medieval City' exhibition.

Mapping Medieval Chester
Discover the new research which has inspired the 'Discover Medieval Chester' project. Read medieval texts and explore an interactive atlas of the city c.1500.

Visit Chester
Explore this website for information about visiting the city, with details of travel, accommodation, special events and offers.

Chester: A Virtual Stroll around the Walls
Follow this wonderful guide around Chester, with plenty of photos, historic images and information to help you discover the city's secrets.

Chester Mystery Plays
Learn about the plays performed by Guilds in medieval Chester, see photos of recent productions and read the texts.

A History of the County of Chester: Volume 5 part 1 - The City of Chester: General History and Topography at British History Online
A History of the County of Chester: Volume 5 part 2 - The City of Chester: Culture, Buildings, Institutions
Access the online version of this authoritative, comprehensive history of Chester.

Parish of Chester
Visit the official Church of England website of the Parish of Chester (St Peter with St John the Baptist).

Chester Cathedral
Visit the official website of Chester Cathedral, formerly the medieval abbey of St Werburgh.

 (a sample screen from the 'Mapping Medieval Chester' website, linking medieval text to the digital atlas)