Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre
Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre is a colourful multi award winning interactive exhibition telling the story of the Battle of Bosworth and its place in the Wars of the Roses set within a well appointed visitor centre and beautiful Country Park in the south west of Leicestershire. Self lead or guided walks around the site are amongst one of the highlights.
Visitors of all ages will find something to enjoy at the Battlefield Centre and Country Park – where the dramatic story of how King Richard III lost his life, crown and the throne of England to Henry Tudor is told. Get up-close-and personal in the colourful and interactive hands-on displays of the multi award-winning exhibition, follow the journey through the Wars of the Roses through the stories of those who were there. There is a wide range of outdoor activities, including guided and self-led walks, living history events and a packed events programme throughout the year .
The 1485 Tithe Barn restaurant offers a variety of refreshments and the well-stocked shop has a great range of souvenirs, gifts and books.
Individual and Family Entry Tickets are valid for 12 months (Annual Pass) from the date of purchase but do exclude special events including the annual Bosworth Medieval Festival Weekend in August.
The Battlefield Centre site is fully accessible and includes a lift from the Exhibition Galleries to the Shop and has a free of charge Mobilty Scooter and 2 Manual Wheelchairs available for the use of visitors - (pre booking recommended).
You can find lots more information on the Heritage Centre's website
Last updated: Tue 12 July, 2022 @ 13:32