CUSTOMER NOTICE: From 1st April Admission tickets to our Award-Winning Exhibition, will also allow entry to the weekend Living History Camps (click here for dates) and are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase. 10% discount for admission tickets purchased online.
Bosworth Medieval Festival (19th & 20th August): Get 10% off your tickets here
Author Talks at Bosworth Medieval Festival just confirmed - Click here for details
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Battlefield Heritage Centre & Shop
Is now open 7 days a week from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm (Last admission to the Exhibition is 4.00 pm) until 31st October 2017
The Country Park
Currently open 7.00 am to 8.00 pm (August 2017)
Must seeBosworth Medieval Festival: 2017
Saturday 19th August - Sunday 20th August, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Our annual anniversary event at Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park.
Must seeLes Routiers de Rouen: Conflict 1485
Sunday 27th August - Monday 28th August, 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Les Routiers de Rouen invite you to explore their tented encampment in Ambion Arena, to see an array of replica arms and armour from the time of Bosworth as the noble Knights prepare for Battle.
The Trial of Richard III: You Decide
Saturday 19th August, 11:00 am - 11:45 am
The Trial of Richard III – You Decide
Hear our Battlefield Guides present the case for and against King Richard III regarding the charge that he had the ‘Princes in the Tower’ murdered. Listen to both sides of the case then you decide if Richard was a murdering uncle or a victim of a smear campaign. An interactive debate not to be missed.
The Trail of Henry Tudor through Wales
Saturday 19th August, 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
On the Trail of Henry Tudor through Wales
Linda and Stuart Asman, leaders of the Pembroke Henry VII statue project, trace the Tudor story from its origins in North Wales to the birth of the dynasty in Pembroke and follow Henry’s triumphant march through Wales to victory at Bosworth.
Elizabeth Chadwick Talk – William Marshall from Hostage to Regent: An Extraordinary Life
Saturday 19th August, 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm
Elizabeth Chadwick – ‘William Marshal from hostage to regent. An extraordinary life.’
William Marshal is an iconic figure of the Middle Ages. Narrowly escaping being hanged as a five year old, he grew up to become an examplar of the medieval knight. A jousting champion, a loyal servants of kings and queens, a pilgrim, a man who played the high game of politics and warfare to win. But who was he really? Award winning author Elizabeth Chadwick who has been studying the Marshal for more than a decade takes us on a journey of adventure through his remarkable life.
Philippa Langley Talk – The Missing Princes project & HRH
Saturday 19th August, 2:45 pm - 3:30 pm
Philippa Langley MBE -THE MISSING PRINCES PROJECT & HRH
With King Richard III laid to rest, Kingfinder Philippa Langley turns her attention to one of our most enduring historical mysteries: the disappearance of the sons of King Edward IV of England, more commonly referred to as the ‘Princes in the Tower’. Will new archival searches for evidence, a re-examination of existing sources and the introduction of a modern ‘cold-case’ methodology, finally reveal the fate of ‘The Missing Princes’. At Bosworth in 2015, Philippa launched this unique project. Now, two years later, she returns to Bosworth to reveal what this remarkable modern investigation now tells us and how a 500 year-old missing persons enquiry is already moving our knowledge forward.