The Heritage Centre gives an interpretation of the Battle of Bosworth giving a complete insight into medieval times; film theatre, book and gift shop, information point.
One of the Midlands premier historical sites, Bosworth Battlefield witnessed the death of a King and saw the end of the 30 year power struggle for the throne of England. Was King Richard III, who lost his life and crown at Bosworth, a noble warrior or murdering crookback who ordered the death of the Princes in the Tower? And who was Henry Tudor whose success at Bosworth gave birth to the powerful Tudor dynasty bringing two of our most famous monarchs, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I to the throne?
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Sat 1 Feb - Wed 31 Dec 2014||Mon - Sun 10:00 to 16:00|
Family of two adults and two children £21.50, family of one adult and two children £17.50, adult over 16 years old £7.95, child 3 to 15 years old £4.75, concessions £7.00, under 3s free.
Season Tickets (includes free car parking):
Family (2 adults 2 children) £52.00
Adult (over 16 years old) £22.00
Child (3 to 16 years old) £12.00
Special charges apply on event days.
Group rates available. School rates available.
Car park £2.50