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We visit Chester on a regular basis and always end up walking under the Eastgate Clock. It makes me smile because we always have a good time in Chester and the clock is the iconic reminder that we’re back!
This fabulous clock was almost outside our hotel, it is a real gem and an eye-catching clock. There is a narrower tunnel under the side of the clock for anyone who wants to walk through it . This is a really traditional looking clock, the...More
The clock holds some sort of UK record for one of the most photographed clocks in the country. Expect crowds of people on a sunny day!
Adjacent to the clock is an 'artist in residence' who, for 20+ years, has made a living from selling...More
The Eastgate clock is beautiful. It can be seen from the street or you can walk up to see it with the steps underneath it by the tiny doughnut shop. The view above is fantastic and you can walk the city walls from here
This clock along with "The Rows" is almost the first thing you think about for Chester. The walkway on which it is situated is actually at the east gate of the old city walls hence the street name Eastgate Street. The clock was placed to...More