Educational Visits

Coronavirus (covid-19) update

Focusing on the health and wellbeing of our staff and customers is our top priority. In line with national guidance and government recommendations we have taken the difficult decision to cancel any events involving the public or large gatherings until further notice. This will mean Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and 1485 Tithe Barn will be closed with immediate effect.

Please read the “What you need to know before your visit” document to assist you with your booking.

Curriculum Learning

Heritage Services Leicestershire County Council is an award-winning service, which provides a diverse range of events, family activities and school sessions that reach out to wide audiences locally and nationally. We are an awarding winning service having recently won the Best Small Visitor Attraction Award for Leicestershire Promotions Ltd.

The Heritage Education Team delivers a number of learning sessions at Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and at its sister site the 1620s House & Garden. The sessions are delivered by a diverse and skilled team of re-enactors and museum educators, they are aimed at all groups and have strong links across the curriculum. The sessions include: role play, real artefacts, object handling, film, dressing up and crafts, and they interpret two of the biggest events in history, the Gunpowder Plot and the Wars of the Roses.

You can find out about our learning sessions at the 1620s House & Garden on the website

Please continue reading below to read about the learning sessions at Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre.

Learning Sessions

We offer a number of cross-curricular learning sessions for students visiting Bosworth Battlefield as well as outreach sessions at your venue, which are available throughout the year.

Click here for Key Stage 1 activities

Click here for Key Stage 2 activities

Click here for Key Stage 3 activities

Click here for Key Stage 4 activities

Click here for Key Stage 5, Further & Higher Education 

Click here for Outreach activities


We aim to make your visit to Bosworth easy and straightforward.  From the moment you arrive until you leave you will be greeted by friendly and professional staff who are there to assist you, so that your students can get the most out of their visit.

Facilities include ample parking, picnic areas, child-friendly and disabled toilets and a dedicated Education Room for special events and workshops.

Coach parking at Bosworth is FREE when booked as part of an educational visit. Disabled parking is located behind the Tithe Barn Cafe.

We have 3 cabins for the schools to eat their lunches and there are also picnic tables outside.

Making a Booking

Please ensure that you read the terms and conditions before making your booking, as fees my apply for changing or cancelling your booking.

Our educational visits are available February to December; however, we encourage groups to book as early as possible to ensure that your choice of activities and dates are available.

Before making an enquiry or a booking please read  ‘Hints and Tips for Planning a Visit’.

Should you still have any queries please click on the following link to make a general enquiry – Enquiry Form

When you are ready to make a provisional booking for an educational visit please complete the online School Booking Form via the following link so the sales and enquiries team can then check the availability of the museum educators – School Booking Form

On the School Booking Form please let us know if your students have any special requirements. We will do all we can to meet their needs.

Visit us! We encourage all teachers to make a free pre-visit to the site. Please contact us in advance to arrange your visit, by calling 01455 290429 or emailing All educators are very welcome to bring up to 3 children and 1 adult for FREE with them as part of the pre-site visit.

If you have recently made an educational visit to Bosworth Battlefield, please share your feedback with us here.


Please see the learning session links above for prices.

Risk Assessments

We have produced risk assessments to aid your visit to Bosworth Battlefield, click here to download a copy of the current risk assessment and other learning resources. If you would like to talk to us about this further, please do not hesitate to contact us, by calling 01455 290429 or emailing

Joint visits with the 1620s House and  Garden at Donington le Heath 

Your group can do a joint visit with the 1620s House & Garden (20 minutes away from Bosworth) from Monday to Wednesday during April to September and from Monday to Friday during October to March. Unfortunately we cannot take bookings for January and February.

At Bosworth Battlefield you are able to choose from a wide list of activities.

At the 1620s House & Garden your group will meet costumed interpreters who will explain their life and work inside the 1620’s themed house as your students take part in a variety of ‘hands-on’ activities. Please contact the enquires team if you would like to find out more information by calling 01455 290429 or emailing

  • Lottery Heritage Fund
  • The National Forest
  • Accredited Museum
  • Visit England
  • Tripadvisor
  • Leicester Tourism Award
  • Leicester Tourism Award
  • LPL Winner 2016
  • 2016 Highly Commended
  • LPL Tourism Awards 2017: Commended
  • Food Hygiene
  • Autism East Midlands
  • Sandford Award Winner 2018
  • Tourism and Hospitality Awards 2019 - Small Visitor Attraction of the Year