Getting here

Getting here

Storyhouse Opening Hours (including Library)
Monday-Saturday: 8am – 11pm
Sunday: 9.30am – 11pm
Bank Holidays: 9.30am – 11pm (except Christmas)

Storyhouse is in Chester City Centre, close to the Town Hall and Chester Cathedral.
Hunter Street, Chester, CH12AR.

Travelling to Storyhouse

By Bus
There are lots of bus routes that journey into Chester city centre and Storyhouse is around six minutes walk from Chester Bus Interchange, providing easy access from destinations such as Liverpool, Ellesmere Port, and Wrexham. To plan your bus journey, visit

By Park & Ride
Chester’s Park & Ride scheme offers two cross-city services to the city of Chester and the surrounding area.  Tickets cost £2 (return) per adult and under 16s can travel free if accompanied by a paying adult. Parking is free and the buses run every 12 minutes. For more information, visit Park & Ride.

By Rail
Chester Railway Station has direct routes to Cheshire, Wales, Manchester, London and Merseyside amongst others and is approximately a 20 minute walk from Storyhouse.
To plan your journeys please visit

By Car
Storyhouse is on Hunter Street in Chester city centre, CH12AR (near to the Town Hall and Chester Cathedral). Much of the area surrounding the building is pedestrianised with narrow streets. The nearest car parks to Storyhouse are:
New Market Parking , CH1 2AR
Delamere Street Car Park, CH22AY

There are roadworks around Storyhouse due to the Northgate scheme.
Check here for details on roadworks and transport disruption around Chester.

By Bike
If you plan to cycle to Storyhouse, there are multiple cycle racks just outside the main entrance.

Find out about accessibility at Storyhouse here.