A site of historic and national significance, with a network of surfaced trails radiating from the Bosworth Battlefield Visitor Centre and out through a farmed landscape.

Accessible paths



Disabled car park


  • Disabled toilets
  • Toilets

Find us

Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park can be found in the village of Sutton Cheney, off Ambion Lane, Nuneaton CV13 0AD

Opening times

All our parks are open every day.

The park is open from 8am-5pm through April to October, and 8am-4pm through November to March.

Car park tariffs:
1 hour = £2.00
Up to 2 hours = £3.50
Up to 3 hours = £4.50
All day = £5.00

What to see and do at Bosworth Battlefield

Bosworth Trail Interpretation Panel Overlooking Landscape Of The Park Aspect Ratio 785 360


The site of the Battle of Bosworth is of national significance and international interest. It is infamous as the place where King Richard III lost his life and crown to Henry Tudor, and the beginning of the powerful Tudor dynasty. Informative panels located around the trails bring the area’s rich history to life. Explore the Heritage Centre and Museum for a deeper dive into this fascinating period. You can find out more on the official Bosworth Battlefield website.


A Man And Child Dressed Up In Medieval Wear Smile At The Camera Aspect Ratio 785 360


A network of surfaced trails that radiate outwards from the Bosworth Battlefield Visitor Centre through a farmed landscape, connecting with the Ashby Canal and the Battlefield Railway at nearby Shenton station. Follow the path of history around the Battlefield Trail, passing a Sundial, making a visit to King Richard’s Well and looking across the site from the viewpoint. Extend your walk or cycle ride along the canal path or further afield to Market Bosworth Country Park.

Make a day of it with a visit to the Heritage Centre and Museum and enjoy a delicious snack at the 1485 Tithe Barn Café.

Overlooking Ashby Canal 1 Aspect Ratio 785 360

Nature and Wildlife

The area is rich in farmland, attracting a wide variety of wildlife which can be spotted from the network of trails, both around and beyond the site.  Paths extend out through Ambion Wood to join the peace and tranquility of the Ashby Canal.  This green landscape enjoys a wide variety of bird species including herons, kingfishers and moorhens.

Highlights of Bosworth Battlefield Country Park