See breath-taking views of Chester this Easter from Giant observation wheel
11 months ago
An observation wheel is coming to Chester’s Grosvenor Park this April, giving visitors breath-taking views across the city.
The wheel will be offering rides for visitors to the park between 1 – 28 April. You will experience 360° views of Chester, which means on a clear day a view of up to ten to twelve miles is possible.
Some gondolas are also available to accommodate a wheelchair or mobility scooter user and two people.
The price for a standard ticket is £7, a child under 1.4m is £5 and a family of four £20. Riders can expect a minimum of two rotations to take in the views.
This attraction will add to the Lodge Café, miniature railway, and Victorian carousel already available in the park this spring.
While the wheel is in the park an archaeological dig will also be taking place alongside it, so people on the wheel will have a bird’s eye view of the dig in action.
Cheshire West and Chester Council maintains a variety of great outdoor spaces available to hire for public events. The Council works with several event organisers each year, to increase the visitor experience in its parks, helping to boost the local economy, create a strong sense of community, support local innovation and imagination, and to create an environment for culture to thrive.