The Tower of London Superbloom has been designed as a beautiful, naturalistic and sensory display celebrating the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen at the Tower of London.
Join one of our knowledgeable wardens on a fascinating descriptive tour of Superbloom for blind and visually impaired visitors. Scroll down to find an introduction to the tour.
Dates:Wednesday 10 August
Time: 10:00, 13:30 and 16:00
Location: Bottom of the entry ramp
Join us for a quiet session aimed at those living with or caring for someone with Autism, or those who have any other sensory needs, and their families and carers.
During this session, we will be permitting fewer people than usual and making adjustments to the experience of visiting this unique space. We hope these changes will enable you to enjoy Superbloom alongside others who understand and empathise with the challenges faced when trying to plan an activity or day out.
A sensory social story will be available to help plan your visit in May.
Dates: Wednesday 10 August
Time: 08:15 and ends at 09:00. Please enter the moat before 08:45.
Location: Via Middle Tower
Superbloom is generously supported by
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Rothschild & Co
The American Friends of Historic Royal Palaces, Inc
Garfield Weston Foundation
The Hiscox Foundation
and others who wish to remain anonymous
City of London Livery Companies
The Grocers' Company
The Drapers' Company
The Fishmongers' Company
The Goldsmiths' Company
The Merchant Taylors' Company
The Clothworkers' Company
The Tallow Chandlers’ Company
The Saddlers’ Company
The Airpilots' Company
The Builders’ Merchants Company
The Actuaries' Company
The Engineers’ Company