Landmarks of Leicestershire

King Richard III Visitor Centre

King Richard III Visitor Centre

One of the famous landmarks of Leicester is King Richard the III’s Visitor Centre. It showcases his life and the story of how his remains were discovered in 2012. 

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Stoneywell Cottage

Stoneywell Cottage

The Stoneywell Cottage of National Trust, a historic house in Leicestershire is perfect for every occasion, be it a summer house or a family vibe, it fits right.

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Leicester Abbey

Leicester Abbey

Leicester Abbey’s full name is the Abbey Of St Mary De Paris, meaning the abbey of St Mary of the Meadows. It is the last known resting place of Henry Vlll Lord Chancellor, Cardinal Wolsey. 

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Leicester Guildhall

Leicester Guildhall

The Leicester Guildhall is about 600 years old and is one of the best - kept, well preserved timber framed halls in the entire country. It’s the oldest historic building in Leicester and is still in use. 

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Kirby Muxloe Castle

Kirby Muxloe Castle

The Kirby Muxloe Castle is a pleasing structure that fits in perfectly when someone thinks of how a castle should look. This was originally built for Lord Hastings, who was later executed in 1483.

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