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Tower of London's 350-year-old exhibition to be re-displayed

Curator of Armour Chris Smith, cleans a 350 year old Armoured wooden Horse. Photo: John Stillwell/PA Wire

For over 300 years, visitors to the Tower of London have marvelled at displays featuring arms and royal armour, life-sized wooden horses and figures of kings.

Now the Tower's historic Line of Kings, the longest running visitor attraction in the world, has been reopened to the public.

The display has been re-arranged and dispersed over the centuries, and the exhibits are now back together again.

The Royal Armouries Head of Creative Programmes Karen Whitting polishes a suit of Armour. Credit: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Opening to the public tomorrow, the Line of Kings is part propaganda, part fantasy and forms one of the oldest - and oddest - displays, reuniting under one roof, over 500 objects which have formed part of this magnificent display during its 350 year long history.

Clare Fernyhough went to see them: