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Heritage Centre: About DMU Heritage Centre

Heritage Centre

Built around the medieval arches of the Church of the Annunciation, De Montfort University’s Heritage Centre showcases the rich history that surrounds our campus and tells the story of the University and its contribution to teaching, research and the lives of our students over 145 years.

The Heritage Centre also showcases the inspiring achievements of DMU staff and students, past and present.  This changing space recognises accomplishments and reflects the University’s pride in the skills and knowledge developed at DMU.

Information

Location


Based in the Hawthorn Building on the De Montfort University campus, the centre can be accessed via the entrance on The Newarke, opposite the Trinity Chapel. Postcode: LE2 7GZ.


Opening Times


Tuesday - Thursday 10am to 3pm

Monday and Friday Please enquire about booking private or group visits on these days as we may be able to accommodate your request.

For all queries please contact us on 0116 207 8729 or at heritage@dmu.ac.uk


More Information on the Heritage Centre


Medieval arches of the Church of the Annunciation

Ruins of the Church of the Annunciation, DMU Heritage Centre

by De Montfort University Archives and Special Collections