Royal Horse stable
The Royal Horse Buckingham Palace maintains the royal transport, including the horse's four-wheeled and motorized vehicles, mainly for coronation, state visits, royal weddings, congressional openings (State Opening of Parliament) and engagements. It retains the Gold Coach, the most luxurious carriage in the world, which all British kings have been in since George III to attend the coronation ceremony. In addition to the carriage, the stable also took care of the state car of the british royal family, including two bentleys and three rolls-royce, which were awarded in 2002.
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Having never been here before we were surprised by the size of the mews. There were a number of horses to see as well as the historic stables, many coaches and one of their semi state cars. There is a multi media guide and plenty of information boards. Allow a good hour for a visit. We got a combined ticket with the nearby Queen's Gallery. I thought tickets to this attraction were relatively expensive compared to say the Queen's Gallery.
The Royal Mews is an attraction in Buckingham Palace in London, England. The day I went was February 10th and it was not open. It seems to be closed during the epidemic now, but if it is July and August, it is said to cost more than 20 pounds, which is really great!
I love visiting Royal Stables and the Mews did not disappoint. The carriages were the main draw and all of them were absolutely fascinating in one way or another - how they were built, the history - so very interesting. My favorite was the Gold State Coach as I simply couldn't comprehend how something that gaudy even existed. Quite a fun trip!
The Royal Horse is next to the Queen's Gallery, which shows all sorts of royal transport. Today, the carriages are still essential for royal celebrations. They have been around for ages and have been restored many times.