Times and Prices

  • Today: 10:00 - 17:00
  • Monday - Sunday : 10:00 - 17:00
  • Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre is now open 7 days a week from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm 

    Adult 16+                      £7.95
    Child (3 to 15)               £4.75
    Family tickets from        £17.50
    Senior                           £7.00

    Season Tickets and Offers

    STOP PRESS
    Tickets for our Battle of Bosworth Anniversary Weekend on 22nd & 23rd August are now available ONLINE ONLY with a 30% discount until the 12th April



    KING RICHARD III REINTERMENT (23rd to 29th March 2015)


    Click here to see our list of walks, talks & activities. 

    Tickets can be purchased for all walks, talks & plays using the button below;





    Information on shuttle buses from Market Bosworth to the Battlefield site for 23rd to 28th March can be found here


    Easter and future activities

    See what we have got planned for the Easter holidays here


    Download a copy of our 2015 leaflet with a FREE child voucher  here

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About Bosworth

Visit the location of the Battle of Bosworth. Re-live this famous turning point in British history - the death of a King and the birth of the all powerful Tudor dynasty!

What's On

Matinee performance of 'What Remains of Richard?' (Reputation is fragile)...Must See

Matinee performance of 'What Remains of Richard?' (Reputation is fragile)...Must See

Saturday 28th March 1:00 pm.

'What Remains of Richard?' (Reputation is fragile)
Performed in a specially commissioned marquee in the battlefield surroundings.

Saturday 28th March 1pm - 2.30pm

This exciting performance from InterAct (Wales) Theatre Company premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2014, receiving 4* reviews.

Fully rounded characters, engrossing realities ... admirably showcasing their talent' The Stage

Killed by the sword but murdered by the pen, this is the story of a King who lost more than his crown. Father, brother, husband, son and King - was he more than the villain we have come to know?

This new play explores the six main accusations levelled against King Richard III.

What Remains of Richard Tickets £10.00 (no concessions)Saturday 28 March - 1pm.
Booking essential. Book via telephone, in person or via the website

T: 01455 290429