Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park

Bosworth Battlefield
Sutton Cheney
Nr. Market Bosworth
Leicestershire CV13 0AD

Opening Times:
The Heritage Centre Opening Hours:

November to March open 10.00am to 4.00pm
April to October open 10.00am to 5.00pm
Closed January

Last entry to exhibition one hour before closing.

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Bosworth Battlefield is run by Leicestershire County Council and is the location of the Battle of Bosworth. The battle, which took place on 22 August 1485, brought an end to 30 years of English civil war, now known as the War of the Roses and saw the infamous King Richard III lose both his life and crown to Henry Tudor.

The Battlefield includes an exhibition telling the story of the battle and looking at its impact on British history. The interactive exhibition has learning and enjoyment at its heart, with eight exciting galleries, including 'Preparing for battle', where visitors can test their skills as a Knight’s Squire and the atmospheric 'Battle Room', where the bloody conflict of 1485 reaches its dramatic conclusion!

Contact Details:
Contact Us for General Enquiries and Booking

Telephone: 01455 290429
Fax: 01455 292841

Contact the Education Team
Name: Pam Dyson
Telephone: 01455 290429

Contact the Country Park Rangers
Telephone: 01455 290429
Emergency/Out of Hours Telephone: 07850 276225

Learning Programmes:
Guided walk or Unaccompanied of the Battlefield Trail
Historic Re-enactments
History Detectives
Rumour, Rebellion and a Right Royal Reward
Civil War Workshops
Creative crafts, Bug Hunting and Pond Dipping
The Romans are coming!
A Leisure and Tourism Case Study

British and Wider World History
Leisure and Tourism

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