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I plan on traveling from London to the battlefield then back to London in a day and I have a few questions. Does anyone that you know of run tours ether out of London or Leicester for day trippers like myself? I'd like to visit Leicester and the historic sites there on the same day, am I trying to pack too much into one day or is this doable (If I get an early start)? Thank you all for your help, I'm excited about my visit this summer.
Hi there - if you really want to get the most out of a visit to Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre, the King Richard III Visitor Centre and Leicester cathedral, I would recommend that you do this over 2 days. The Go... เพิ่มเติม
Hi there - if you really want to get the most out of a visit to Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre, the King Richard III Visitor Centre and Leicester cathedral, I would recommend that you do this over 2 days. The Go Leicestershire website (we can't post links) should be useful in terms of accommodation etc.
I hope you enjoy your visit
I am a member of the Richard III Society in Sydney Australia and I will be visiting UK in August and would like to attend over the weekend of 19-20 August. How do I purchase tickets? I will be travelling alone and intend to stay in Leicester. I will need to start booking my plane, accommodation, etc. very soon so would like some further details please.
Hi there - tickets for our Anniversary Battle Event should be available via our website shortly, so keep an eye out
We look forward to welcoming you to Bosworth Battlefield
I'm not sure that the exact spot has been attributed yet and is on a private farm somewhere so I don't think it is open as a visitor site as yet. However Ambion Hill is close enough to the encampments and you can walk to Richard's Well. The Visitor Centre may have a map in shop with local public footpaths on but unless anything has changed recently you might need your welly boots to go across a wheatfield. Sorry I can't be much more helpful. However there is a lot of nice walking with history from the site. There is a history trail with armour, weapones and info whcih can be follewed from the Visitor Centre. You could also catch the steam railway fro, Shackerstone to Shenton Station and walk up to Ambion Hill, from where you can see all the fields for miles.
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That was meant to be an answer not a question but put it in the wrong place.