If you buy London Pass, this is included. There are horses and carriages used by the Royal Emperor in various periods, some of which are still in use. The most eye-catching thing is the golden carriage. It should be the most luxurious carriage in the world. It is all made of gold. It is golden enough to show the royal style and dignity. Its latest use was to carry Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Philip to St. Paul's Cathedral for a thanksgiving service at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Queen's accession to the throne in 2002.
1. It is still a small number of scenic spots on the way, and rarely needs security checks. 2. According to the voice guide, the "employee" stays at the stables 24 hours to serve the horses. It is for the British Royal Family that they must be all-round and thoughtful. 3. Besides horses, there are also "treasured" carriages here, and the purple-red phantom (slightly distorted photos) is undoubtedly the most eye-catching one. One of the highlights is the gilded gigantic carriage. This is a wooden gilded carriage made in 1762. It weighs 4 tons and needs 8 horses to reach the normal walking speed. At that time, the cost was as high as 163; 7652. The carriage was lined with velvet, and the statues of angels, sea gods, scepters and swords on the carriage symbolized the supreme Royal authority. I asked the staff that it was only a small part of the daily training, and more of it was pulled onto the street to walk around Buckingham Palace. 6. I bought gifts for myself in souvenir shops at a cost of 30. The mobile phone was not seen until the umbrella was put out. Although the hunch may have been in the wrong place, the despair of heartbeat 180 is still unforgettable. Fortunately, after half a day (all the way back to the silver desk for inquiry and search.) it was found in the chaotic plastic bags (before shopping). Ceicei. Visit suggestions, compared with the National Banquet Hall and the Royal Cavalry Museum, the Royal Stall has a relatively rich visibility. But there are mainly horses and cars, depending on everyone's interests.
The Royal Stall is actually the private garage of the British Royal Family, where you can fully feel the Royal luxury and kill the garage of all the rich. Golden carriage, Rolls-Royce to a large cavalry guard, simply luxurious to no avail, in addition, there are more than 30 horses here, each price is not cheap, absolutely make your eyes full.
In the fairy tales of the British carriage, the golden color and the beautiful horses are worth seeing and wondering.
The Royal Stall is located not far from Buckingham Palace in London. It passes through St. James Park from Buckingham Palace and can be seen on the way to Trafalgar Square. Royal stables can be purchased and visited. In addition to the stables, Royal carriages and modern high-end cars can also be seen. In fact, the most beautiful picture is that of a female rider riding on horseback.
Since you can't visit Buckingham Palace for most of the year, the Royal Stall is the best choice. There are several horses, but mainly amazing carriages, the Queen's Diamond Carrier and Coronation Car are incredible to see, and there are several other cars to see. The audio guide gives a very detailed introduction to the use of each car, how to make carriages and the history of the Royal stables.
The Royal Stall is next to the Queen's Gallery. It keeps the main means of transportation for the Royal family, including horse-drawn four-wheelers and motor vehicles. It is mainly used for coronation ceremonies, state visits, Royal weddings, State Opening of Parliament and engagement ceremonies.
Very interesting. The huge Stone Square is too worthwhile to see.