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Sick to Death – Big Heritage

St Michael's Church, Bridge Street, CH1 1NW

Sick to Death - Big Heritage

Big Heritage are an award winning social enterprise connecting museums, schools and communities with the past. We operate, manage and protect a number of historic locations and museums which we have developed to become tourist attractions.


Sick To Death is a history of medicine attraction in Chester. A playground of plague with a smatter of splatter, and a chance to poke into our medical past.


The gory story of medicine through time. Sick To Death offers the history of medicine in a museum and family attraction in Chester City Centre - located on the city's famous Rows. A playground of plaque with a smatter of splatter and a chance to poke into the medical past. Prepare yourselves for bad smells, gross gore, a bit of magic and a lot of science and discovery all to be explored in a fun way.


The attraction offers self-guided tours which take approximately one hour and includes a unique shop selling fun spells, witches mugs, science kits, crystals, tarot cards and all things unique and magical.


Who is this aimed at?

Everyone is welcome to purchase a ticket



Multiple dates throughout the year



10am to 6pm with last entry at 5pm



Sick to Death is located in the heart of historic Chester, in a beautiful Grade II listed church on the incredible Medieval Rows.

St Michael's Church, Bridge Street, Chester CH1 1NW



Prices vary, please see our website for details

Under 5s go free


How to get involved

Booking is not required. Tickets are available at the door or you can pre-book online.


Contact details

Phone: 0124 440 8963



For further information

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For further information

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