Royal Mews and Changing of the Guard tour
- Enjoy Buckingham Palace even when State Apartments are closed
- Great chance to see the Royal Family stables and coaches: including Diamond Jubilee State Coach and The Golden State Coach
- Experience the Changing of the Guard ceremony
- Join the complimentary guided tour inside the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace
Your tour begins by walking through St James Park where your guide will tell you many stories about the history and legends of this former marshland area that Henry VII purchased in order to turn York Palace, subsequently renamed Whitehall, into a dwelling fit for a king.
Then you will enjoy the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. This world-famous ceremony is the oldest tradition at Buckingham Palace and is held either here or at Horse Guards Parade, depending on the day
After the breath-taking ceremony of Changing of Guards at the Buckingham Palace, The Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace welcomes you with their glory and splendour.
You will see the famous Diamond Jubilee Coach that was built to celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The other treasure of The Royal Mews is the Gold State commissioned by George III in 1762, it has been used at every coronation since that of George IV in 1821.
Immerse yourself in London’s most cherished traditions with the precious knowledge and expertise of a local guide.
- Entrance ticket and audio-guided visit of The Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace
- Expert, English-speaking tour guide
- Join the complimentary guided tour inside the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace (Please note that this guided tour is subject to last minute cancellation by the venue)
- Hotel pick-up/drop-off
Child (5-14 years old) - Reduced
Infants (0-4years old) - Free
Duke of York Column, Waterloo Place, 9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AJ
This is the tall column with a statue on top. Arriving by tube: Take the tube to Piccadilly Circus and take exit No. 3 onto Regent Street/St James. Walk south down Regent Street towards St James Park (do not walk north towards Oxford Street). Waterloo Place is at the end of Regent Street. You will see the tall column with a statue on top. You can also arrive via Charing Cross Station. Walk down the Mall towards Buckingham Palace, you will see the statue on your right at the top of some steps.
- The local tour provider is unable to accommodate visitors with wheelchairs or with walking disabilities
- Photography is permitted throughout the tour
- Wednesday and Friday at 10.30am
- Sunday at 9:45am
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