The Tower of London will be illuminated for a moving light and sound show during this year’s Remembrance period. 

Poppy at the Tower

Groups of 15 or more will be able to book a slot between 6.30pm and 7.30pm on the dates in November. 

Poppy Fields at the Tower will run each evening from 8th until 16th November with artwork reflecting on World War One and Two, transforming the architecture of the iconic Tower buildings. 

The show will take visitors on a journey through specially-created sound and light installations as part of the partnership with the Historic Royal Palaces - which looks after the Tower of London - and Luxmuralis which was behind the Crown and Coronation display at the Tower in November.

This show, which premièred at the Tower of London before beginning its UK-wide tour at the start of the year, celebrates the spectacle, significance and shared experience of the Crown Jewels. 

More about the Remembrance display at the Tower of London

Exclusively at the Tower of London, Poppy Fields at the Tower has been adapted to include images from Historic Royal Palaces own collections creating a unique artwork that reflects the historic site. The show will invite visitors to remember those who lost their lives in the conflicts, as well as those who served, and will also look forward, exploring the collective desire for peace.

Tower of London

The Tower of London played an important role in World War One and Two. 

Visitors can extend their Tower of London visit by viewing the iconic Crown Jewels which will be open throughout the evening to enjoy. The Jewel House, where they are displayed, was transformed in 2023 with a new display exploring more stories than ever before about the history and significance of the Crown Jewels. 

Group bookings of 15 people are more are available for visits between 6.30pm and 7.30pm. Historic Royal Palaces recommends allocating approximately 70 minutes to view the display in its entirety.

Visit for more information on group visits to the Tower of London. 

And to find out more and receive a notification when tickets are released, group organisers can email