Historic Properties: City Centre (Watergate)
83 Watergate Street, Chester. CH1 2LF • (01244) 325586
Stanley Palace is a unique Tudor building in the city centre and is a designated Grade II listed building. Owned by Chester City Council, it is managed by the charity Friends of Stanley Palace.
Stanley Palace was built in 1591 on the site of the former Black (Dominican) Friary. It was built as the town house for Sir Peter Warburton, a local lawyer and Member of Parliament.
It is now used as a function space and whilst you can visit the outside of the building, public interior visits are only available on limited event days.
Free Entry at Certain Times.
No easily accessible wifi. No smoking.
You can visit the outside of the building at any time but public interior visits are only available on limited event days.
Advance booking is not required.
Located to the west of the city centre between Nicholas Street and Nicholas Street Mews.
Chester railway station: 20 minutes walk.
Parking available nearby - payment required.
Stanley Palace, 83 Watergate Street, Chester. CH1 2LF • (01244) 325586
Last Updated Wednesday 15 April 2020
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