I’d love to see this:
Henry V ‘secret’ chapel opened for Agincourt anniversary
Westminster Abbey is opening Henry’s V’s chapel – rarely seen by the public – for guided tours to mark the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt.
The chapel was built within the shrine of Edward the Confessor.
Henry V ordered the chapel’s construction so prayers could be said for his soul after he died.
Tours of the chapel, located at the east end of the abbey, will be led by the Dean of Westminster on the eve of the battle’s anniversary on 24 October.