Local Area Attractions in Leicester

King Power Stadium

King Power Stadium

King Power Stadium has been the home of the Leicester City Football Club since its construction in 2002. 

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O2 Academy Leicester

O2 Academy Leicester

The O2 Academy Leicester is a music venue located in the English City of Leicester on the University of Leicester campus. 

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De Montfort Hall

De Montfort Hall

The Demontfort Hall indoor auditorium seating capacity is approximately 2000, and the hall contains a restored pipe organ believed to be the only surviving example of a large concert organ constructed by the Leicester organ builders, Stephen Taylor & Son Ltd, in 1914.

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Curve Theatre

Curve Theatre

Located at the busy and vibrant city centre, Curve Theatre is a state of the art theatre. Artists and performers from all over the world engage and perform at the Curve which in turn brings in an international audience. The curve puts in an effort to be versatile and therefore, organise musicals, plays, new work, dance and opera.

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Leicester Racecourse

Leicester Racecourse

The Racecourse was established in 1773, at the Victoria Park in Leicester. Ten decades later, they moved to Oadby. A few hundred miles away from the city centre, The Leicester Racecourse has hosted some of the most valuable races in the UK, including the ‘Prince of Wales Stakes’ and the ‘Portland Stakes’.

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45 Gin School - The Distillers Kitchen

45 Gin School - The Distillers Kitchen

45 Gin School is located in an old retail building in Leicester overlooking the vibrant market - place! One unique aspect about the Gin School is that they offer a unique insight into how to make gin and the entire distilling process. This is what makes them stand out and attract the number of visitors every year.

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