Leicester has a large and vibrant Asian community and many interesting events staged around religious festivals such as Holi, Diwali, and Eid-ul-Fitr. The National Space Center is worth a visit in its own right. All of Leicester’s museums are free. The Jewry Wall is one of England’s largest Roman civil structures. You can wander among excavated remains of Roman public baths which date back almost 2 millenia. The Jewry Wall Museum contains some nice Roman mosaics and frescoes, as well as an interactive exhibition on the history of the city. The New Walk Museum and Art Gallery is a child friendly series of displays on science, space, and art. The Newarke Houses Museum is housed in two 16th century buildings. It charts the life of everyday Leicester residents and includes reconstructed period shops. The National Space Center is a spectacular attempt to bring space science to the average person. It has interactive displays on the history of astronomy and the development of space travel. You can also enjoy films in the domed Space Theater. A popular religious structure in town is the Jan Center, a marble faced temple which is the first Jain temple outside the Asian subcontinent and the only one in Europe. It has beautifully carved pillars inside and visitors are allowed.