Grosvenor Bridge is a ‘Grade I’ single span arched bridge that crosses the River Dee in Chester, England. The bridge was opened in 1832 after being built to relieve congestion on the city’s other bridges, it stood as the largest single arched bridge in the world for 30 years after its opening. The bridge was designed by architect Thomas Harrison.
The bridge is within a walking distance from all of Chester's major transport terminals, it is situated to the south of the city centre and you can cross the bridge on foot or in a vehicle.
Opening Times and Admission
The bridge is open at all hours throughout the day and every day of the week. The bridge is free to cross both on foot and by car. The views from the bridge of the river and the surrounding area are quite nice so there can sometimes be a little congestion on the footpaths.