The Best Landmark in Leicester

Hand-picked top 3 landmarks in Leicester, UK. 50-Point Inspection includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their general excellence. Only the bee's knees!


Guildhall Lane, Leicester LE1 5FQ

Since 1390

Architectural Buildings, Historic Buildings, Civil Ceremonies, Museum, Council Meeting Place, Feasts, Courtroom, Theatrical Performances, Banquets, Festivals, Weddings, Civil Ceremonies, Naming Ceremonies, Musical Performances, Displays, Activities, Programs, Activities, Ghosts Events, Comedy, Music, Theatre & Children's Events

It is a Grade I listed timber-framed building ● They have been at the heart of Leicester for more than 600 years ● It is managed by Leicester City Museums on behalf of Leicester City Council ● It is used as a performance venue as well as a museum


Mon - Sun 11:00 am - 4:30 pm

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Church Road, Leicester LE4 5PE

Since 1713

Hall, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Heritage Site, Museum, Exhibitions, Events, Shows, Special Events, Walled Gardens, Community Programs, Gardens, Historic House, Wedding, Ghost Watches, Formal Garden, Walled Kitchen Gardens and Glass Houses, Venue Hire, Private Functions, Business Meetings, Corporate & Commercial Events

It is a Queen Anne-style Grade II listed building on the northern edge of the city ● It was built in the early 18th century, in what was then a small village three miles from the town of Leicester ● It is a three-storey building in an unadorned classical style, from blue and red bricks, laid in Flemish bond, creating a chequered pattern

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Wed, Sat & Sun 11:00 am - 4:30 pm
Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri Closed

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3 East Gates, Leicester LE1 5YA

Since 1750

Tower, Historical Places, Architecture Structure, Sculpture, Monument, Statue, Assembly Rooms, Historic Walking Areas, Meeting Point & City Centre

The tower is a Grade II listed building ● The tower was built of Ketton limestone mounted on a base of granite ● It was designed by Joseph Goddard ● The statues were made from Portland stone ● A four-sided Victorian Gothic tower was suggested with a clock face on each side


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