Chester High Cross is a monument that stands at Chester Cross a junction in the city of Chester, England. The monument is a cross that is ‘Grade II’ listed. The original cross was in place in the 14th century but was replaced by the current cross in 1476, which was broken up during the civil war but restored at a later date. The cross is made of red sandstone with octangle steps that surround its pillar.
The cross is in the city centre and is accessible on foot from all of the city of Chester's transport terminals.
Opening Times and Admission
You can visit the cross at any time of the day and it is placed in a public place so is free to visit. High cross is a meeting place for many in the city and a reference point for many.