Follow Anne Boleyn through her imprisonment, trial and execution.
This summer step into history and follow the last 17 days of Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII, in a new live performance at the Tower of London.
The Last Days of Anne Boleyn explores the Tudor Queen’s tragic story at the famous fortress from her imprisonment, through to her trial and execution.
It's May 1536 and Anne is negotiating with the court and the King’s representatives, including Thomas Cromwell, amid accusations of adultery and plotting against the King’s life.
From hope to hopelessness, watch this historic event unfold in the place where it happened. Was she a ruthless schemer or simply a tragic victim of court politics?
This outdoor show runs for approximately 35 minutes with two performances per day Friday to Tuesday, 11:00 and 14:00 in the shadow of the iconic White Tower.
Performances are subject to weather conditions.
Marvel at the imposing White Tower, a magnificent example of Norman architecture situated right at the heart of the Tower.
Prepare to be entertained by captivating stories of pain and passion, treachery and torture on the Yeoman Warder guided tours at the Tower.
Tours daily, every 30 minutes.
1 hour. Last tour of the day starts 15:30 (summer)
Anne Boleyn's 'B' initial necklace is arguably one of the most famous pieces of Tudor jewellery and is visible in many Anne Boleyn portraits. This exquisite stoneware mug features a unique interpretation of Anne Boleyn's 'B' initial pendant on a dramatic black glaze.