Explore the world's most excellent working stable, and see what is takes to keep Britain's Royal Family on the move. See the state coach used for coronations for more than 200 years, along with various horse-drawn carriages and motor cars, used for coronations, state visits, royal weddings, the state opening of Parliament and official engagements. For most of the year, the stables are home to the working horses that play an essential role in The Queen's official and ceremonial duties.
View the Gold State Coach
See the Gold State Coach which was commissioned by George III in 1762 and is the largest at the Royal Mews. It has been used at every Royal coronation since that of George IV in 1821.
Meet the Horses
Meet the two types of horses that pull the royal carriages, the Windsor Greys and the Cleveland Bays.
Try out a Royal Carriage
Step into a royal carriage for yourself and practice your regal wave! In the Royal Mews State Stable you can sit in a replica Semi-State Landau carriage.
See the Diamond Jubilee State Coach
See the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, the newest coach at the Mews that was first used for the State Opening of Parliament in 2014. Built in Australia, it combines traditional craftsmanship and modern technology.