The King Richard III Visitor Centre is an award-winning museum in Leicester that explores the life and legacy of King Richard III, including the story of his discovery in a car park in Leicester. The center features interactive displays, multimedia presentations, and exhibits showcasing Richard’s life, death, and the events surrounding the Battle of Bosworth Field. Visitors can explore the medieval streets of Leicester, see the site of the discovery of King Richard III’s remains, and view a range of artifacts, including armor, weapons, and personal items. A guided tour of the center provides insight into the life of one of England’s most controversial monarchs.
Child tickets from £7.95