Heritage Sundays Guided Tours: The Magazine

Heritage Sundays Guided Tours: The Magazine

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Heritage Sundays Guided Tours: The Magazine

A blue badge guided tour of The Magazine for Heritage Sundays

Originally a 15th century gateway into the former Newarke religious precinct, this striking stone building was later used as a munitions store during the English Civil War. Interesting features of this three-storey building include graffiti dating back to the 16th century.

Follow a guided tour of The Magazine with a local history expert.


Tours at 11am on the following dates:


Sunday 26th May

Sunday 30th June

Sunday 28th July

Sunday 25th August

Sunday 27th October


Tickets: Adults £6, £5 Concession (student, over 60, child).

Book online or call Newarke Houses 0116 225 4980.


Please note this tour is not for Newarke Houses.

The tour meets outside The Magazine building:
Newarke Gateway
Oxford St,
Leicester, LE1 5WH

Please wear sensible shoes as there are many steps to climb.
Not suitable for young children, or those with mobility issues.


More Heritage Sunday Guided Tours:

12.30pm: Leicester Castle Great Hall

2pm: St Mary de Castro Church

Add Heritage Sundays Guided Tours: The Magazine to your Itinerary

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The Magazine Gateway, Vaughan Way, Leicester, LE1 5XZ

Opening Times

Heritage Sundays Guided Tours: The Magazine (30 June 2024)
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Sunday11:00 - 12:00
Heritage Sundays Guided Tours: The Magazine (28 July 2024)
DayTimes
Sunday11:00 - 12:00
Heritage Sundays Guided Tours: The Magazine (25 Aug 2024)
DayTimes
Sunday11:00 - 12:00
Heritage Sundays Guided Tours: The Magazine (27 Oct 2024)
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Sunday11:00 - 12:00

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