WINCHESTER Cathedral has been transformed by a royal light and sound show.

The new immersive attraction featured imagery spanning more than 1,000 years of history.

Crown and Coronation, created by Historic Royal Palaces the Tower of London charity - in partnership with Luxmuralis, is at the cathedral until Friday, March 8.

The artistic collaboration between artist Peter Walker and composer David Harper follows the cathedral's latest spectacle of a giant moon.

Hampshire Chronicle: Crown and Coronation at Winchester Cathedral

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Charles Farris, public historian for the history of the monarchy at Historic Royal Palaces, said: "The Crown Jewels hold deep religious, historic, and cultural significance, and we are really excited to be bringing this magnificent collection to people around the UK following a historic Coronation year. Crown and Coronation will immerse visitors to Winchester Cathedral in the rich history of the British monarchy, Coronations, and the Crown Jewels."

Hampshire Chronicle: Crown and Coronation at Winchester Cathedral

The projections and soundscape sweep through the 14th and 15th century Gothic Nave showing images of the crown jewels projected through detailed footage captured from historic Coronation ceremonies.

The show launched at the Tower of London in November and is now touring famous landmarks and locations across the UK.

For more information or to book go to or call 01962 857 275.