- Visit the finest working stables in the world
- See the beautiful Gold State Coach, used for coronations for more than 200 years
- Visit the working stables where the royal horses live
- Explore the vast collection of royal carriages
The Royal Mews is the mews (or stables) of the British Royal Family, located in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.
Here you can see the Gold State Coach 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 important role in The Queen's official and ceremonial duties.
Ascot Landau carriage
During the summer opening: 21 July - 30 September: The Ascot Landau carriage that transported TRH The Duke and Duchess of Sussex through the streets of Windsor after their wedding ceremony on 19 May 2018 is now on public display at the Royal Mews.
Please note, you will require a printed copy of your ticket.
Please note that during peak periods the Royal Mews can experience long queues in particular when Buckingham Palace State Rooms is open in the summer July - September 2018