Located at Sutton Cheney, Market Bosworth CV13 0AD
Tel: 01455 290429
Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre
Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre tells the dramatic story of the Battle of Bosworth on 22nd August 1485, which marked a major turning point in English history.
Discover more about the Battle of 1485 where Richard III fought for his crown and lost his life, and Henry Tudor became king! The Visitor Centre gives insight into the battle and medieval life and also includes a film theatre, buttery and gift shop. Illustrated Battle Trail through attractive countryside explains the course of the battle. Summer Events Programme including Living History. Guided walks are available. Special events for schools.
Bosworth Battlefield is home to a trail which invites you to discover the Battle of Bosworth whilst enjoying breath-taking views.The trail comprises of a 1.25 mile (2.2km) walk with audio and visual interpretation about the battle and surrounding area. Climbing Ambion Hill near the Battlefield Heritage Centre the trail also includes a stunning walk-through sundial which features the thrones of Richard III, Henry Tudor and Lord Stanley. The panoramic view from the sundial provides the opportunity to see the actual battlefield site in the distance, the church of nearby Market Bosworth and other local landscape features.
See website for admission charges and opening times.
Disabled visitors: Access to and around attraction, specially adapted toilets and parking area.
Last updated: Mon 13 November, 2017 @ 15:41