Today I’m at Bosworth Battlefield looking
at access and facilities for disabled people. So, let’s have a look and see what it’s got
to offer. There are seven designated parking spaces
for disabled people at the Battlefield. However, Blue Badge holders are not exempt from the Pay and Display tariffs. The main exhibition at the Heritage Centre gives visitors the opportunity to explore the drama of the battle of Bosworth. Where Richard the Third died and Henry Tudor became King on the 22nd of August 1485. In this interactive exhibition you can find out more about the battle, the people involved, try on some of the armour and discover how they found the location of the battlefield. As well as the Heritage Centre, Bosworth runs an exciting programme of events and activities throughout the year, including a major reenactment of the Battle of Bosworth in August, Living History, open air theatre performances, fascinating talks and regular guided walks. The centre also has a falconry where you can meet many exciting different birds of prey. Whilst at Bosworth Battlefield you can also visit Tithe Barn Restaurant where you can have some food or a nice hot drink.