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Chester Zoo is considered to be one of Britain's top zoos. It is located in Cheshire, in north west England, and is currently operated by the North of England Zoological Society, a registered charity founded in 1934. It houses more than 7000 animals, representing 400 different species, among its most recent attractions being "Elephants of the Asian Forest", a new �3 million exhibit which is home to tree shrews, hornbills, squirrels, peafowl, Arowana and Probarbus fish, and a herd of Asian Elephants, and Realm of the Red Ape, home to the zoo's Bornean and Sumatran orangutans.
The zoo is close to the historic city of Chester, one of the best preserved walled cities in the British Isles, and it is set in 110 acres of award-winning gardens, boasting with rare, exotic and endangered wildlife.
Besides being considered UK's number 1 zoo, Chester Zoo is considered to be one of the most popular family-friendly attractions near Chester, and it is considered a must for all Chester visitors.
Like, perhaps, all of UK's towns and cities, Chester is a place of history and boasts an abundance of appealing attractions that aim to suit all ages and preferences. It is packed with fun things to do and see, among its most popular attractions also being the fascinating and gorgeous Chester Cathedral, more than 1000 years-old. Originally a Saxon Minster, then rebuilt as a Benedictine Abbey, this magnificent building is a national treasure in the heart of the city and has been the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Chester since 1541.
Grosvenor Museum is also considered of interest when visiting Chester. The museum reveals the life from the 17th century to the 1920s, showing a Roman Chester, through hands-on geology and natural history exhibitions, highlighting the beauty of art and the city's important place in silver history.
The Dewa Roman Experience is also considered a must during one's vacation in Chester. Deva is the Roman fortress built almost 2,000 years ago which now lies buried beneath the hustle and bustle of modern day Chester. You can visit the Roman fortress of Deva pronounced "Dewa" in Roman times, stroll along a reconstructed street, and experiencing some of the sights, sounds and smells of life inside the Roman fortress.
Other major attractions in or near Chester are also considered: the Blue Planet Aquarium, Speke Hall, Garden & Estate, only 7 miles from town, and Erddig, about 15 miles from Chester, widely acclaimed as one of Britain's finest historic houses.