The Chester Roman Gardens is a park that is used to display the Roman History of the area of Chester, England. The park is full of monuments and structures left behind from the Roman era and the Roman fortress of Deva that stood in Chester. The gardens were set up in 1949 by Graham Webster and Charles Greenwood in order for the public to be able to view the history of the Romans in the area.
The gardens are situated in the south-east of the city. The gardens are within a walking distance from Chester train station and also the bus stations. There are car parks close by to the gardens.
Opening Times and Admission
The gardens are a public area and open every day at all times throughout the year. There is no charge to enter the gardens.The gardens are a public area and open every day at all times throughout the year. There is no charge to enter the gardens.