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Holiday Inn Leicester - Wigston

299 Leicester Road

Wigston Fields

 

Leicester

LE18 1JW 

United Kingdom 

Check In: 3PM

Check Out: 11AM

Check-in Age: 18

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44 116 2886161

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Leicester - Wigston 299 Leicester Road Wigston Fields

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Location Highlights
Downtown
City Name:
Leicester
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
South East
Distance from Hotel:
5 MI/ 8.05 KM
Local
Closest Convention Center:
Stage Suites
Golf:
4.3 MI/ 6.92 KM West

Attractions

  • Leicester Racecourse
  • National Space Centre
  • Richard 111 Centre
  • Bradgate Park
  • Rutland Water
  • New Walk Museum and Art gallery
Must See

Must See

For a journey out of this world, take a visit to the National Space Centre. Get hands-on with interactive exhibits like touch-screen space news boards and a 3D space flight simulator. Highlights include the huge Blue Streak rocket, genuine moon rocks, and spacesuits worn by astronauts on past missions. Don't miss the immersive, surround-sound shows at the planetarium.
Must Do

Must Do

Abbey Pumping Station is Leicester's Museum of Science and Technology displaying Leicester's industrial, technological and scientific heritage. Situated adjacent to the National Space Center, the two attractions tell the story of over 200 years of science and technology from the early days of steam and industry, to the space exploration of today. Museum is open 11.00am - 4.30pm daily from February
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Following the successful transformation of the 150-year-old building into the home of a state-of-the art visitor centre. Using great storytelling, beautiful design and 21st century technology; the King Richard III discovery centre tells the fascinating and moving story of the king’s life and death, and reveals one of the greatest archaeological detective stories ever told.
Tips

Tips

The Space Centre is great for kids, but even if you don’t have any, it’s still a fun day out. You can visit the planetarium, check out real rockets, find out what it’s like to live in space, and enjoy 150 other interactive exhibits. They also put on regular events and film clubs. Built in 2001, the National Space Centre is a museum and educational centre full of rockets and exhibitions.