The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace Entrance Tickets with Multimedia Guide
Explore the finest working stable in the world, The Royal Mews. Expect tons of history and majestic carriage horses!
- Experience The Royal Mews, one of the finest working stables in the world.
- Admire the magnificent historic coaches such as the Gold State Coach or the Diamond Jubilee State Coach.
- See the Windsor Greys and Cleveland Bays, the horses that draw the coaches at the Royal Mews.
- Take the opportunity to learn how to harness a horse and don specially created livery.
- Feel like royalty as you step into the replica of Queen Victoria's Semi-State Landau.
- Make use of your complimentary multimedia guide to help you navigate through the stables and give you tidbits of history about The Royal Mews.
- Entrance into the Royal Mews
- Multimedia guide in 9 languages
super flexible cancellation policy
Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours before the schedule.
The Royal Mews is deemed as one of the finest working stables anywhere in the world. It is also home to the royal collection of historic coaches and horse-drawn carriages, as well as the Cleveland Bays and Windsor Greys, the horses that draw the Queen's carriages. To this day, the stables are responsible for providing transportation services by road to Her Majesty The Queen and members of the Royal Family.
Since George III moved his carriage collection closer to Buckingham Palace in 1760, the Royal Mews has played a central role in the sovereign's road transport. It has been updated by monarchs through the ages in keeping with their changing transport needs. Highlights among the historic coaches and carriages on display include the spectacular Diamond Jubilee State Coach, and the centrally-heated Australian State Coach, given as a gift to Her Majesty from the Australian people.
The most striking of all is the Gold State Coach, which has been used at every coronation since 1821. Visitors to the Royal Mews can now interact and learn about its history, which includes the chance to step into a model of Queen Victoria's Semi-State Landau, dress up as a footman in a specially created livery, or even learn how to harness a horse!
The Royal Mews offers a complimentary multimedia guide for every visitor, perfect for learning the history of the Mews and its connection to the British monarchy. While the multimedia guide is 45 minutes long, visitors can stay back at the Royal Mews for longer to explore the working stable further at their own pace.
Note: The Royal Mews will be open from 19 May to 2 Oct 2022.
know before you go
COVID Safety Information
- Toilets and baby-care facilities are available in the middle of the visitor route, adjacent to the Gold State Coach House. Capacities are being managed with an enhanced cleaning regime in operation.
- Pick up one of the free multimedia guides at the start of your visit. The multimedia guides and headphones are cleaned twice before you use them – once before distribution, and again on return. You are welcome to use your own standard wired headphones if you prefer.
- When you arrive, you will pass through an airport-style security check. Try to bring as little as possible with you as it will help you to get through security screening more quickly.
- Just the same as if you were at an airport, please remove all metal objects from your pockets before going through the security arch and pack cameras, phones, keys, and wallets in your bag before placing the bag through the security scanner.
- You may carry handbags and use pacemakers, hearing aids, and other electrical or electronic equipment needed for health reasons. Please approach a Warden if you have any concerns or require assistance.
- Certain items such as large items of baggage, pen-knives, and scissors are not allowed to be brought into the Royal Mews as there are no cloakroom facilities available. Pushchairs are allowed.
- Eating and drinking are not permitted at the Royal Mews. You will be asked to place drinks and food in closed bags before being admitted. Food and drink are not available for purchase at the Royal Mews but there are many cafes and restaurants in the local area.
- Smoking, including electronic e-cigarettes is not permitted.
- Photography and filming for non-commercial purposes are welcomed at the Royal Mews.
- Mobile phones can be used, but with consideration for other visitors.
- Breastfeeding is welcome anywhere within the Mews.
- As Buckingham Palace is a working royal palace, security and opening arrangements may be subject to change at short notice.
- The multimedia guide is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, and Mandarin.
- A guide for families, an audio descriptive tour for blind or partially-sighted visitors, and a video tour for D/deaf and hard of hearing visitors are also available.
- It is recommended to bring your own headphones to use with the multimedia guide (standard audio jack).
- The Royal Mews will be completely closed until 19 May 2022.
- Please note that the Gold State Coach will not be on display between 19 to 31 May.
19 May to 2 Oct 2022
- Thu to Mon: 10am to 5pm (last admission at 4:15pm)
Royal Mews Closures
The Royal Mews is part of a working royal palace so sometimes closures can happen at short notice.
- Every Tue and Wed.
- 21 May 2022.
- 28 May 2022.
- 2 June to 5 June 2022.
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Please print your voucher and present it at the attraction, along with a valid photo ID.
Ticket Redemption Point
- Show your printed ticket at The Royal Mews.
- Address: Buckingham Palace Rd, London SW1W 0QH, United Kingdom.
- The nearest Underground Tube Stations are Victoria, Green Park, and St. James. The Royal Mews is a 7-minute walk from these stations.
- The nearest bus stop is Victoria Bus Station (stop C). Buses that go there are C1, C10, 11, and 211. The Royal Mews is a 7-minute walk from this station.
This ticket is valid for the date selected at the time of booking.