Old Dee Bridge is a ‘Grade I’ listed bridge and the oldest bridge in Chester, England. The bridge gets its name from the river it crosses which is the ‘River Dee’. It is thought that the Romans were the first to build the bridge on the site but the current bridge is mainly the work from a major rebuilding in 1387. The bridge is built of red sandstone that makes up it's seven arches that stretch across the river.
The bridge is situated close to the city centre and is within walking distance from the major transport stations, just head towards the River Dee and it is one of two bridge that is mainly used to cross into the city centre on its southern side.
Opening Times and Admission
The bridge is open all day for pedestrians and cars. The bridge is lit by street lights at night making it safe to cross both on foot and by car.