The site can cater for a group of up to 120 pupils on one day.
We have two learning spaces, the exhibition and the Battlefield Trail located outside.
Due to the nature of the site, schools are required to bring their own first aider and equipment.
Yes, we have two disabled toilets.
We tailor our sessions to cater for a mixture of special educational needs.
With a specialist team of educators, Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre is an ideal venue for school visits. Discover how the events of 22 August 1485 changed history forever, when the Plantagenet reign ended and the Tudor dynasty began with Richard III losing his life and crown. Sessions cover the story of this dramatic event and the fascinating discovery of the true location of Bosworth Battlefield, with costumed characters, film footage, interactive displays and real battle artefacts. In addition, with new evidence discovered of a Roman temple onsite, we also deliver a Roman Day with Boudicca and a Roman soldier. All of our sessions are delivered onsite and nearly all of them are delivered as part of the outreach programme.
You can book on to our sessions from only £2.50 per pupil and bring your family to the site for FREE for a pre-visit.
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