Explore history and heritage in Leicester and Leicestershire
Visit the fascinating ruins of Ashby Castle, a Norman Manor House where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned. The castle was the backdrop to the famous jousting scenes in Sir Walter Scott's classic novel of 1819, Ivanhoe.
Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre gives an insight into what the Battle of Bosworth was like through the eyes of different characters that may have been present at the battle. Visit the sun dial memorial to those that died at the battle. A guided walk can be taken around the park which can be tailored to be as long or short that is suitable for your group and your timetable permits.
Take a ride on Britain's only double track mainline steam railway at Great Central Railway that runs between Loughborough and Leicester. Have Sunday lunch or enjoy an evening of murder mystery while travelling through Leicestershire.
Or your group may enjoy a guided walk around Bradgate Park to see the ruins of Bradgate House which was the childhood home of Lady Jane Grey. There is a folly in the park, a tearoom and herds of deer.
Leicester's Guildhall is one of the finest surviving timber framed medieval halls in England and a premier venue in the city for more than 600 years.
Abbey Pumping Station is Leicester's Museum of Science and Technology, displaying Leicester's industrial, technological and scientific heritage.
Get a hands on experience of what is was like to part of the Battle of Bosworth. With interactive displays, medieval villages and re-enactments find out how King Richard III came to a gruesome end!
Charnwood Museum is a popular museum set in the heart of the beautiful Queens Park in the centre of Loughborough.
A 300 year old working water mill producing stoneground flour by water power.