St Nicholas Church is a small church built on a Roman site adjacent to the Jewry Wall. It's architecture has components from different eras including Saxon windows and Norman arches which make it rather quirky.
The inside of the church is only open for visitors from 2-4pm on Saturdays and on Sunday evenings for worship.
It is located by the Holiday Inn in the city centre, very near the Jewry Wall Museum; and near Leicester Cathedral and St Mary de Castro churches.
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