The Rows

One of Chester’s most distinguishing features is its Rows. These are galleried walkways that run the along the four streets that meet at the High Cross.

They are named after the traders who carried on their business there (Shoemakers’ Row, Ironmongers’ Row etc.). Today they house a variety of small shops, bars and restaurants.



The Rows

Watergate Street, Northgate Street, Eastgate Street and Upper Bridge Street
United Kingdom

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  1. The Rows were originally built in the 13th century, but some are Victorian copies.

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