Since the reign of Charles I, the Royal Family has amassed a priceless collection of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, furniture and...
Changing of the Guard
A London ‘must see’ – if you actually get to see anything from among the crowds – the old guard (Foot Guards of the Household Regiment)...
Built in 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham, Buckingham Palace replaced St James's Palace as the monarch's official London residence in...
Tomtom Coffee House
Tomtom has built its reputation on its amazing coffee: not only are the drinks fabulously presented (forget ferns and hearts in your...
Buckingham Palace Rd · interesting places nearby
Royal Mews information
South of the palace, the Royal Mews started life as a falconry but is now a working stable looking after the royals’ immaculately groomed horses, along with the opulent vehicles the monarch uses for transport. The Queen is well known for her passion for horses and she names every horse that resides at the mews.
Highlights for visitors include the enormous and opulent gold coach of 1762, which has been used for every coronation since that of George III; the 1910 Glass Coach used for royal weddings (Prince William and Catherine Middleton actually used the 1902 State Landau to make the best of the good weather; and a Rolls-Royce Phantom IV from the royal fleet.