Resting Place

Anne Boleyn was executed on the 19th May 1536 and laid to rest in the Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula at the Tower of London, along with other victims of the executioner. You can find out more about her resting place in the following articles, along with some of the myths and legends regarding her burial:-

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4 thoughts on “Resting Place”

  1. Eric says:

    Is it possible to visit Anne’s resting place in the chapel.

    1. Claire says:

      Yes, Yeoman Warders’ tours of the Tower end in the chapel or you can wait until later in the day when the chapel opens to the public.

  2. My name is Nicola Jayne brown like to follow Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard and Lady Jane grey there footsteps my favourite is Anne Boleyn she my queen of my honour hope all three queens rest in peace

    1. Can Philippa gerggry make a film of Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. The date and month of the birthday and there life till the end

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