'A chance to tour Richard III's Leicester and Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre in one great day out'
For further information click this link www.goleicestershire.com/thekingstour.
|Our latest free entry temporary exhibition, Richard III: The Making of the Myth, is open to the public until December 31st. Be sure to also visit the Battlefield Centre’s main exhibition to discover more about where Richard fought for his life and lost his crown. Find out how the Battlefield was rediscovered and see real objects from the Battle of 1485, including cannon balls and sword fragments. A fine replica of Bosworth’s Ricardian Boar Badge is also on display.Don’t miss the original which is on show with the rest of the County’s treasure objects in the stunning Treasure – Shedding Light on Leicestershire’s Past exhibition at Snibston Discovery Museum.|
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The Battlefield Mail - Autumn Issue
Click here to view the autumn issue of the Battlefield Mail. We have an exciting programme of events on offer to keep everyone entertained.
Discover more about this historic battle on one of our excellent Bosworth Battlefield Guided Walks 11.00am and 2.00pm every Saturday and Sunday until December.
Purchase a replica Boar Badge in pewter or sterling silver in the following ways.
Postal charges apply
Or come and visit our shop at the Bosworth Battlefield Visitor Centre.
Bosworth Battlefield is home to a new 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.
For further details please ring 01455 290429.
"Bosworth Battlefield Lost and Found"
View a slide show of archaeological finds from Bosworth field!
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