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The discovery of the remains of Richard the 3rd was a worldwide news story and the display in the Center gives an excellent day by day account of the archeological process of the exhumation. In other parts of the Center Richards life and his significance...More
We read about the phenomenal DNA fingerprinting of Richard the Third's bones, in the Globe and Mail Newspaper, several years ago in Canada, when the bones of this monarch were discovered in England. Because of this, we were very curious with respect to how this...More
A really enjoyable time at the Richard lll exhibition, followed by a visit to the Cathedral, which is just over the road. I never knew history could be so interesting!! Well planned, informative, we spent over 2.5 hours wandering around. There is a nice cafe...More
What a great exhibit--not too long, not too short--a real multimedia experience to find out how the incredible discovery of Richard was made and quite a bit about his life! Fully worth the price--even if you're one of those who thinks he belongs in York!
We just loved the Richard III Center. This is very well done. The first floor of the Center has information about Richard's life and the battle at Bosworth. The second floor is the story of how his remains came to be found. It is all...More
This exhibition is a good account of the search for the King's body and uses technical displays to good advantage to do this.There is a lot to read so not very useful for young children at all. Good cafe there with reasonable prices. Excellent bookshop...More
Went with family members by train to Leicester to visit the attraction. Easy to fine on arrival as there are signs from the station all the way through the city centre. On arrival the attraction is situated in a refurbished school building and you are...More