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Chester Amphitheatre Project Blog


Welcome to the official Blog of the Chester Amphitheatre Project.

Thursday, August 17

Travel through time at Chester Amphitheatre ...

From prehistory to the present day
23 August 11:00am - 4:30pm

You will get the opportunity to see the excavation and environmental analysis in progress, talk to the archaeologists & join a guided tour. There will also be the chance to see the finds from the last three seasons of excavation.

The Amphitheatre itself will once again be brought to life by a Roman encampment. There will also be Roman cookery, Roman surveying and flint knapping demonstrations ...

Free admission
Chester Roman Amphitheatre
Vicar's Lane
For further information:
T: 01244 402009

posted by Cheryl Quinn at 11:33



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for an excellent day! It was wonderful to see all the finds, and the demonstrations of Roman cookery and surveying and pre-Roman flint knapping - and special thanks for the most enjoyable and informative tour and talk by one of the archaeologists.

This wonderful amphitheatre and everything it has revealed about Chester before, during and after the Roman occupation MUST be preserved and displayed as a treasure of national and even international importance. Too much Lottery and other funding is wasted on silly projects, when it could be much better spent here.

4:42 PM, August 23, 2006  
Anonymous Nikolay said...

excellent. very grateful

1:29 PM, June 19, 2009  

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