Sick to Death - Best Price Tickets

Sick to Death - Best Price Tickets

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Enjoy one of the best days out in Cheshire for families at Sick to Death in Chester

If you're looking for family days out in Chester with a gruesome twist, then you won't find many better things to do in Cheshire than Sick to Death. 

  • Discover grizzly diseases, medicines and procedures of the past and their disgusting affects
  • Learn about the wicked doctors of the past and all their crazy concoctions
  • See how science and medicine combine in an apothecarium of weird potions and ingredients
  • If you're feeling brave, take a whiff of smells from the past. Can a smell really make you sick?
  • All the sickening medical breakthroughs involving blood, bones, bodily functions and all things yucky!

Even if it's gross, Sick to Death is an entertaining and educational day out in Chester, especially for kids. So if you have a strong stomach and you're looking for family things to do in Chester, then get your tickets today. 

Booking only takes a few clicks and tickets are sent to you instantly via email and SMS, so secure your Chester days out today for the best prices online. 

Visit Sick to Death, one of the most frighteningly fun things to do in Chester for families 

Take a "sick" day and head to the grossest of Chester attractions for families, Sick to Death, where your mortal sack of bones will be transported on a reality-check through the world of medical achievements... and failures. 

When you think of Chester, the first thing that comes to mind is most likely its iconic red sandstone city walls. But did you know within these walls lies a dark and murky medicinal past? This 'playground of plague with a smatter of splatter' is bound to have you reaching for the bucket on Britain’s goriest day out.

The Grim Reaper and the ancient Greek god of medicine, Asclepius, will be your guides as you embark on an interactive walk through this palace of pestilence. It’s a grossly fun way to learn about the morbid history of medicine and you'll be going home with a sense of gratitude that your doctor isn’t like any of these crazy quacks of the past! 

Bridge Street,

How to find us

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

By car: 

The nearest car parks to Sick to Death are:

  • NCP Pepper Street, CH1 1DF (2 minute walk to us)
  • Grosvenor Shopping Centre, CH1 1EA (3 minute walk to us)

By train: 

With direct links to Manchester, Liverpool and London, it is easy to get to Chester by rail. Chester Railway Station is a 20 minute walk to Sick to Death, or a ten minute taxi ride.

By bus: 

There are lots of buses into and around Chester. The main bus station is Chester Bus Interchange, which is a 10 minute walk from Sick to Death. The nearest bus stops are the Park & Ride stop on Pepper Street (Stand M) and Stop X on Grosvenor Street.

By bike: 

If you cycle, there’s a bike park opposite Sick to Death on Bridge Street. The city boasts over 2,500 bike parking spaces.

14th February 2024 - December 2024

Opening hours
Sunday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Monday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Toilets
  • Baby-changing facilities

Sick to Death has been designed as a interesting, interactive and funny experience for kids. Please note that children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. 

While areas are designed to be gory, it is presented in a humourous manner rather than a frightening one for children. 

There is an 18+ area in Sick to Death that deals with more adult topics, such as sexual health. These are separately set up from the other areas, divided by a gate, so that you can choose not to look if you do not wish to. 

Sick to Death is not fully accessible, due to its raised location on Chester’s Medieval Rows.

  • The front door is accessed via five steps from Bridge Street, and six steps with a central handrail from Pepper Street.
  • There are three steps with a handrail to the rear of the venue.

Once on site however, the attraction is fully wheelchair accessible.

Sick to Death is a self-guided museum tour. 

A tour takes most people around 45 minutes to one hour to get through.

Sick to Death is not a scare attraction and there is nothing that will jump out and surprise any visitors. Some areas are dimly lit and will incorporate sound effects. 

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