This month we are focusing on three interesting venues in Leicester, an exciting cosmopolitan city with proud history stretching back 2000 years. Its central location in the Midlands, makes it accessible from all directions. Our chosen venues all bring a different take on your typical meeting venue.
Leicester Tigers Rugby Club
- A friendly, well run venue with a very large conference room
- The unique team building/physical activities
- High quality catering
- Accommodates a variety of group sizes
Business meetings of all sizes, with a choice or rooms to suit your budget and needs.
Largest conference and events facility of its kind in the East Midlands
Leicester Tigers Rugby Club is located with easy access from the motorway and is only a 15 minute walk from London Road Railway Station.
There are 36 suites, almost 4,000 square metres of space and offers a wide choice of meeting rooms. With space for 10 people or up to 1,000 person conference and event guests. There is on site complimentary parking and support from a dedicated team will also be provided.
National Space Centre
- An exciting and unusual venue
- Good size conference room
- Competitive day delegate rates
An outer space team experience.
Only national space centre in the UK
Located in the heart of the Midlands it is easily accesibly. It is located just off the A6, two miles north of Leicester City Centre. There is also a bus that runs every 10 minutes.
Leicester’s National Space Centre recently won the Business Tourism Award at the Leicester and Leicestershire Excellence in Tourism Awards 2014.
Its Challenger Learning Centre offers a unique team building simulated space mission for between 8 and 32 people, which would be perfect for leadership, communication, problem solving and decision making.
History & Heritage Walking Tour
- Welcoming, friendly and knowledgeable
- Architectural and historical facts
- Knowledgeable tour guides
- An insightful introduction to Leicester
This would make a great team event out of the office.
A guide to some of Leicester’s history and architecture
The walk lasts approximately 90 minutes showing you historical sites and points of interests with regards to Richard III as well as talking you through the different architecture that Leicester has to offer.
Thomas Cook booked his first excursion in Leicester, where the empire began so you can follow in his foosteps taking in all there is to see from knowledgeable tour guides. Richard III’s bones were found in Leicester and other important historial locations will be discovered along the way.