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Chester: Half-Hour City Cruise

1. Chester: Half-Hour City Cruise

From the moorings at The Groves, Chester, you will head upstream under the Queen's Park Suspension Bridge and past the city's rowing clubs. You will then follow the sweeping bend of the Earl's Eye, passing some stunning riverside properties, and turn around at the city limits. On the return journey, the commentary details the history behind some of the more interesting riverside buildings, and the city's rich Roman, Medieval, and industrial heritage. The cruises will then finish with a great view of Chester Weir and the Old Dee Bridge, before disembarking back at The Groves.

St James' Necropolis, Secret Garden Cemetery Tour Liverpool

2. St James' Necropolis, Secret Garden Cemetery Tour Liverpool

Begin your Journey outside Liverpool’s most famously haunted hostelry, The Philharmonic Pub Hope Street, surrounded by the former hospitals, asylums, workhouses, and children’s homes once served by the Necropolis. View the surrounding neighborhood that envelops the Dormitory of the Dead, St James’ Cemetery. Enter Liverpool’s Père Lachaise, City of the Dead, St James’ Secret Garden Cemetery. Listen to your guide masterfully weave ghostly tales and gruesome fables, medical accounts of the realities of the many Public Health crisis experienced by the city’s residents all swept up in the melancholy moods that pass through this great green lung. Absorb Liverpool’s awe-inspiring Anglican Cathedral “head and shoulders of the City” from the underbelly of this sea-soaked sanctuary. Experience the otherworldly soul of St. James’ Cemetery Gardens after dark, where nearly 58,000 of Liverpool’s great and good are entombed. Visit the venerable Chalybeate spring, where Liverpool’s only remaining natural spa waters flow from the rock bed of the town, believed to possess enlivening healing properties. Marvel at the impressive mausoleums and shrines including William Huskisson- the first victim to fall beneath the grinding might of a locomotive train- whose ghoulish presence still haunts his final resting place.

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What people are saying about North Wales

Very entertaining, while informative. Loved every minute of it! Hands down, without a doubt, the BEST ghost tour I’ve done (and I thought the Edinburgh vaults would be hard to beat), and that was due to the guides! Brilliant at what they do! Exceeded expectations and Highly recommended!

Enjoyed the cruise, was just 30 minutes, short cruise made it interesting all the way through, any longer would have been too much, commenrty was interesting and informative, would recommend, watch out for the huge step up from the jetty to the boat !!

Fantastic little trip down the river, was very interesting, staff were helpful and friendly, saw some amazing houses as we cruised past, would definitely recommend it best £16.50 we have spent in a while….

Had a great tour, ClaireVoyant and her sister were brilliant, fun informative and witty. They really made the tour for us. I would definitely recommend the tour

Short but great for the kids to feed the ducks as you go