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Key Stage 3 | Subject: History | Topics: Medieval | Session Type: Route-based
It's 1485, two years after the mysterious disappearance of the young sons of Edward IV. Their uncle, Richard, is now King Richard III. The mystery remains – how has this situation come about and what has happened to the princes in the Tower?
In the role of lords and ladies from around the country, your students will get the chance to examine the evidence and put their questions to the king, to try to uncover the true nature of one of history’s most fiercely debated figures.
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This session supports:
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
10.30, 12.00, 13.30
Up to 35 students
£95 plus admission
Please note that this session involves the use of stairs and may not be suitable for students with restricted mobility.Book your school visit
Key information for your school visit to the Tower of London.