Immerse yourself in the history of royal transportation. See The Queen's horses and some of The Queen's staff at work in the royal stable.
Rolls Royce Phantom IV
Historical horse-drawn carriage
The Royal Mews is responsible for all travel arrangements for the Queen and members of the Royal Family by car and horse-drawn carriage. It houses and maintains the royal collection of historical carriages, many of which are still used today for official and state occasions such as weddings, the opening of parliament and state visits.
The Mews is a work stable where you can see some of the queen's horses pulling the carriages you will see during your visit. During a visit to Royal Mews you will also have the opportunity to see an extremely rare Rolls Royce Phantom IV.
With the interactive displays you can dress up as lackeys, harness a model horse and experience how it feels to climb into a royal carriage with our Landau model.
Opening hours: April - October: Daily, 10:00 - 17:00. November, February & March: Mon-Sat, 10:00 - 16:00. Closed in December & January. Last admission 45 minutes before closing.
Multimedia guide available on site in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Chinese Mandarin
All visitors must go through a security check Large bags and backpacks have to be checked in and collected after your visit No eating, drinking, or smoking (including e-cigarettes)
The Royal Mews is fully wheelchair accessible.
•Entry to the Royal Mews
•Multimedia guide, available in 9 languages
•Entry to other parts of Buckingham Palace
The Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster, SW1W 1QH, London.
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