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Huntfun Leicester - more info »

the Tourist Information Centre, Every Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, Leicester, , LE1
Spend some quality time with family/friends doing something a bit different. Solve the clues exploring in your home town or when visiting somewhere new, working as a team and having lots of fun.


Abbey Pumping Station - more info »

Corporation Road, Abbey Lane, Leicester, , LE4 5PX
Housing fully working beam engines in the Abbey Pumping Station which is a Victorian sewerage works of 1891; home to these beautifully preserved engines.


Gorse Hill City Farm - more info »

Anstey Lane, Leicester, , LE4 0FL
A collection of farm animals and farm buildings with an organic garden.


Jewry Wall Museum and Site (EH) - more info »

St Nicholas Circle, Leicester, , LE1 4LB
The archaeology and history of Leicestershire from earliest times to 1485 with the remains of 2ndC Roman baths and the massive Jewry Wall.


Leicester Cathedral - more info »

St Martin's East, Leicester, , LE1 5FX
The guild Church of St Martin became Leicester's cathedral in 1927; a medieval church which was rebuilt externally in the late 19thC; Herrick monuments and Richard III memorial.


New Walk Museum and Art Gallery - more info »

New Walk, Leicester, , LE1 7EA
A major regional venue featuring various galleries and displays including decorative arts, ceramics, minerals, geology and the mighty dinosaurs.


Newarke Houses Museum - more info »

The Newarke, Leicester, , LE2 7BY
Local history and crafts from 1485: toys, games, clocks and mechanical instruments, a 19thC street scene, an early 20thC shop and a feature on the 19thC giant Daniel Lambert.


St Mary De Castro Church - more info »

Castle Street, Leicester, , LE1 5WN
The 'Jewel of Leciester's Churches'. Founded 1107 as a chapel of the Royal Castle, long connections with the Crown. Stunning architecture and glass.


St Nicholas Church - more info »

St Nicholas Circle, Leicester, , LE1 4JJ
An historic church and Jewry wall dating back to the Norman and Saxon periods; the oldest church in Leicester.


The Guildhall (Leicester) - more info »

Guildhall Lane, Leicester, , LE1 5FQ
The 14thC medieval Hall of Corpus Christi Gild, used as the town hall from the late 15thC to 1876 with police cells and the old town library.


The Leicester Gas Museum - more info »

British Gas Services 195 Aylestone Road, Leicester, , LE2 7QH
Aspects of the industry in Britain and the East Midlands in particular including production, distribution, utilisation, cookers, fires, metering, gas engines and light.


The National Space Centre - more info »

Exploration Drive, Leicester, , LE4 5NS
The award winning National Space Centre is the UK’s largest attraction dedicated to space. From the moment you catch sight of the Space Centre’s futuristic Rocket Tower, you’ll be treated to hours of breathtaking discovery and interactive fun.


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Huntfun Leicester
the Tourist Information Centre, Every Street, Leicester, Leicestershire
Leicester

LE1
see website
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Abbey Pumping Station
Corporation Road, Abbey Lane
Leicester

LE4 5PX
(0116) 299 5111
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Gorse Hill City Farm
Anstey Lane
Leicester

LE4 0FL
(0116) 253 7582
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Jewry Wall Museum and Site (EH)
St Nicholas Circle
Leicester

LE1 4LB
(0116) 247 3021
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Leicester Cathedral
St Martin's East
Leicester

LE1 5FX
01162 615200
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New Walk Museum and Art Gallery
New Walk
Leicester

LE1 7EA
(0116) 255 4900
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Newarke Houses Museum
The Newarke
Leicester

LE2 7BY
0116 454 4284
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St Mary De Castro Church
Castle Street
Leicester

LE1 5WN
(0116) 262 8727
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St Nicholas Church
St Nicholas Circle
Leicester

LE1 4JJ
(0116) 262 8727
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The Guildhall (Leicester)
Guildhall Lane
Leicester

LE1 5FQ
(0116) 253 2569
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The Leicester Gas Museum
British Gas Services 195 Aylestone Road
Leicester

LE2 7QH
(0116) 250 3190
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The National Space Centre
Exploration Drive
Leicester

LE4 5NS
0845 605 2001


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