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Queen's Park Suspension Bridge, Chester


The City of Chester is full of stunning and iconic buildings, landscapes and views.  Our photography tours visit favourites such as The Rows, Eastgate, Town Hall and River Dee, but we'll also take a look at the city from unusual angles and discover hidden treasures along the way.

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Stuart Robinson is the leading guide, a professional tourism, nature and landscape photographer. He has been commissioned by media organisations, worked with multinational brands and tourism bodies, and hosted photography workshops for all skill levels. You might have seen his work for the Discovery Network, Getty, BBC Studios Natural History, and for both Chester and Liverpool Universities.

Visit his website to see more of Stuart's work.

Stuart was born in Chester and knows the area intimately. His photographs of the city have won awards, been used in numerous marketing campaigns and are enjoyed by countless people every day.

Both group and private walks last approximately two hours, and they begin and end outside the magnificent Town Hall.  Chester is an ancient city, with many steep slopes, steps and uneven surfaces, but walks can be made accessible with advance notice.


All tours are fully-insured so you know you'll always be in safe hands, but please bring sensible footwear and clothing suitable for the weather, as most of the tour takes place outdoors.

Society of International Travel and Tourism Photographers
Eastgate Clock, Chester


“Stuart is very knowledgeable but is able to explain everything in simple terms to the beginner like me. Would definitely recommend.”


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