Tudors return to Tower of London

Tudors return to Tower of London

Anne Boleyn, Tudors at the Tower 2015


19 June 2015

Tudors return to Tower of London
Tudors at the Tower family festival
Thursday 23 July – Sunday 26 July 2015

Tower of London, Tower Hill, EC3N 4AB


Visitors will have the chance to meet King Henry VIII and his new bride Anne Boleyn at this family friendly festival this summer.  The famous Tower moat will be filled with activities, recreating the sights and sounds of 1533 and the chance to dress up in the finest Tudor costume. Have a go at candle making and Tudor cookery in hands on workshops, while enjoying demonstrations from blacksmiths and carpenters as they prepare for the royal celebrations. Learn all about becoming the ultimate knight and practice shooting a cross bow in the moat!

A ‘pop up palace’ allows families to take part in the interactive game staged virtually at Hampton Court Palace and watch an Aardman animation film on Anne Boleyn’s lavish coronation. Even the tiniest historians will be entertained with special soft play areas for ages 0-5, with arts and crafts activities for all ages.

Activities will take place between 10.30 and 16.30 each day, and visitors can continue their visit inside the Tower walls where history really happened.

Notes to editors


For more information and images, please contact the Historic Royal Palaces press office on 020 3166 6340 or email Pauline.Stobbs@hrp.org.uk 

‘Tudors at the Tower’ is included in the Tower of London general admission fee.  For booking and visitor information, please visit www.hrp.org.uk

Historic Royal Palaces is the independent charity that looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, the Banqueting House, Kensington Palace and Kew Palace.  We help everyone explore the story of how monarchs and people have shaped society, in some of the greatest palaces ever built.

We receive no funding from the Government or the Crown, so we depend on the support of our visitors, members, donors, volunteers and sponsors. These palaces are owned by The Queen on behalf of the nation, and we manage them for the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.

We believe in four principles.  Guardianship: giving these palaces a future as long and valuable as their past. Discovery: encouraging people to make links with their own lives and today’s world.  Showmanship: doing everything with panache. Independence: having our own point of view and finding new ways to do our work. Registered charity number 1068852

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