The triforium is a large medieval gallery around 70 feet up from the nave floor, created as part of the church constructed by Henry III in the 13th century. This area has never been accessible to the public and for nearly 800 years has been used as storage for many things, including some of the Abbey’s artefacts which it has not had the space to display. As part of a substantial ongoing project, Westminster Abbey has been converting the eastern end of the triforium into an impressive gallery, which will give the opportunity to display the many wonderful objects within the Abbey’s collections. 

Westminster Abbey Triforium

The galleries will include four thematic areas – The...

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