Visit the transport hub of Buckingham Palace at the Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace. A bustling part of Britain’s Royal heritage in the heart of London.

The Royal Mews is one of the finest working stables anywhere in the world and home to the royal collection of historic coaches and carriages, and the Windsor Grey's and Cleveland Bays, The Queen's horses that pull them along. To this day, the stables are still responsible for all road travel arrangements for Her Majesty The Queen and other members of the Royal Family.

The Royal Mews has been the location of the sovereign’s road transport since 1760 when George III moved his carriage collection closer to his new home at Buckingham Palace – since then it has been updated by several monarchs in keeping with their changing transport needs.

Among the historic coaches and carriages on display are the spectacular Diamond Jubilee State Coach, which was first used to convey Her Majesty The Queen to the State Opening of Parliament in 2014, and the Australian State Coach, which was given to Her Majesty as a gift from the Australian people, and even includes central heating! The most dazzling of all is the Gold State Coach, which has been used at every coronation since that of George IV in 1821.

Since its re-presentation in 2017, visitors can interact and learn even more about the Royal Mews, which includes the opportunity to step into a replica of Queen Victoria's Semi-State Landau, dress up as a footman in specially-created livery, or even learn how to harness a horse!

As well as a complimentary multimedia guide for every visitor, the Royal Mews also offers regular guided tours where visitors can learn the history of the Mews and its association with the British monarchy.

Learn even more about this fantastic working branch of the Royal household with our Royal Mews Fun Fact article!

If you’re visiting the Royal Mews and the surrounding area with London Pass remember you can get fee entry to the Guards Museum and the Wellington Arch. You can also view one of the most important sites on the London sightseeing trail – Changing The Guard at Buckingham Palace

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Credit:
Image One: Photographer: Pawel Libera. Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018
Image Two: Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018
Image Three: Photographer: Pawel Libera. Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018

"I would absolutely recommend buying the London Pass if you have 3 or more days to spend exploring London. Buy it ahead of time, online and research what is available and decide what attractions you might be interested in. A top 10 sort of thing, and then any others that might be of interest. It gives you the freedom to visit many popular sites without the hassle of standing in long lines for tickets. I also liked that I wasn't spending all kinds of money every day on attractions and money did not enter into my decisions on what I wanted to do since my admissions where already paid for. I very much enjoyed my visit in London and I think having the London Pass allowed me to see more than I would have, had I not had it. Thank you!!"
Debbie from UK

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26 March - 31 October
Monday 10.00 - 17.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 17.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 17.00
Thursday 10.00 - 17.00
Friday 10.00 - 17.00
Saturday 10.00 - 17.00
Sunday 10.00 - 17.00
Last Admission: 16.15
1 February - 25 March & 1 - 30 November
Monday 10.00 - 16.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 16.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 16.00
Thursday 10.00 - 16.00
Friday 10.00 - 16.00
Saturday 10.00 - 16.00
Sunday Closed
Last Admission: 15.15

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Address:

The Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace, London, SW1W 1QH

Telephone:

0303 123 7300