Georgian Architecture around St Martins, city centre

Length:
0.5 miles
Duration:
15 minutes
Difficulty:
Easy
Direction:
Linear
Pushchair friendly
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Summary

Georgian Architecture around St Martin’s, Leicester

Starting outside the King Richard III Visitor Centre on St Martins, this short walk passes through streets near the Cathedral. We look at some of Leicester’s buildings of the period between 1714 and about 1800, and dip into the history of Leicester’s development during the Georgian period. Although we don’t cover much distance in this walk, allow more time to take-in the attractive buildings and read the information sheet. 

To download this walk as a PDF click here: Georgian Architecture around St Martin’s 

Acknowledgements: Thanks to Mike Taylor for developing this route.

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