Blue Boar in 1850
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Richard III in Leicester: Blue Boar

The Blue Boar Inn is reputed to be where Richard III spent his last night in Leicester before setting out to fight Henry Tudor.

While the room became a tourist attraction, the building was demolished in Victorian times and the site is occupied by a modern hotel.

This page forms part of an interactive map published for Richard III's reinterment, showing locations in Leicester associated with the king.