• Lowest Prices - Guaranteed
  • Fast & Secure Booking
  • No Booking or Card Fees
  • Over 3 Million Tickets Sold

The Royal Mews Buckingham Palace

Come and visit The Royal Mews, one of the finest working stables anywhere in the world, and still to this day responsible for all road travel arrangements for Her Majesty The Queen.

Established in 1760 when George III moved some of his carriage collection near to his new residence at Buckingham Palace, The Royal Mews houses some of the most famous coaches in the world including the dazzling Gold State Coach.

A Royal Mews ticket includes a free audio tour where you can expect to gain a fascinating insight into the daily workings of the royal stable and see a multitude of liveried helpers, coachmen, grooms and chauffeurs all overseen by the head of the Royal Mews Department – the Crown Equerry.

We have found 3 ticket options for you!

let's start your booking


The Royal Mews - Buckingham Palace

Buy as a Gift? Purchase this item as a gift for someone
Gift vouchers are valid for 3 months and need to be redeemed via our website for entry tickets prior to the intended date of use.
Ticket Types Our Price Quantity
Adult (17-59) £11.00
Child (5-16) £6.40
Infant (0-4) FREE
Senior (60+) £10.00
Student (With valid ID) £10.00
Total £0.00 Add to Basket

One of the finest working stables in existence, the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace provides a unique insight into the department of the Royal Household that provides transport by road for The Queen and other members of the Royal Family. 

The Carriage Horses
During your visit to the Mews, you may see some of The Queen’s horses that draw the coaches and carriages in the Mews.

The Cleveland Bays are used to escort newly appointed High Commissioners and Ambassadors to their audience with The Queen, when they present their formal credentials from their country’s Head of State.

You may also see the famous Windsor Greys, so called because they were kept at Windsor during the reign of Queen Victoria and drew the private carriages of the royal family. They are at least 16.1 hands (1.65 metres) high and are chosen for their steady temperament and stamina.

Coaches & Livery
The Royal Mews houses the royal collection of historic carriages and coaches, which you may see in use during your visit. Among the vehicles on display are the Irish State Coach, in which The Queen travels to the State Opening of Parliament, and the Australian State Coach, which combines traditional craftsmanship with 20th-century technology to provide heating and remote-controlled windows.

The most dazzling vehicle of all is the Gold State Coach, which was built for George III in 1762.  Weighing almost four tonnes and requiring eight horses to pull it, it has carried every monarch to their coronation since 1821.

Visitors to the Royal Mews can also see some of the fine livery worn by The Queen’s coachmen. Apart from a few small details, it remains much the same as it was in Victorian times.  Remarkably, some of the tailors used for production of liveries today are the same companies employed during the reign of George III in the 18th century.

Audio guide is included in the admission price and is available in the following languages:
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Russian

Image 3: Photographer: Pawel Libera, Royal Collection Trust / (c) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2013

Why not combine your visit to Buckingham Palace - Royal Mews with other famous attractions and activities in London such as Bateaux London Dining Cruises or a Household Cavalry Museum

What there is to see:

The Royal Mews is an important branch of the Lord Chamberlain's Office and provides road transport for The Queen and members of the Royal Family by both horse-drawn carriage and motor car. It is also one of the finest working stables still in existence, responsible for the training of the Windsor Greys and Cleveland Bays, the horses that pull the royal carriages.

State vehicles are housed and maintained at the Royal Mews. They include the carriages used for royal and State occasions, such as State Visits, weddings and the State Opening of Parliament. Carriages from the Royal Mews are also used on roughly 50 occasions each year to convey newly appointed High Commissioners and Ambassadors from their official residence to Buckingham Palace to present their credentials to The Queen. Since 1843 the daily messenger Brougham has set out from the Royal Mews to collect and deliver post between Buckingham Palace and St James's Palace. The most dazzling of all coaches housed in the Royal Mews is the Gold State Coach, which has been used at every coronation since that of George IV in 1821

Audio guide is included in the admission price and is available in the following languages:
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Russian

Guided tours in English are available at intervals throughout the day.

Guidebooks are available in English.

Print at Home

Unless stipulated in the booking process all bookings require customers to print their voucher off in order to be exchanged for entry to the attraction or tour. We cannot guarantee entry without a printed voucher and will not be able to cancel or refund customers who do not print the vouchers and therefore can't gain access to the venue or tour.

If you cannot print your voucher off for any reason please contact us 24 hours before arriving at the venue.


Please note that all vouchers and tickets sold by 365 Tickets Limited are non-refundable due to restrictions imposed by our individual suppliers, for full terms and conditions please click here.


To request an amendment to your booking please contact 365Tickets for support.

Amendments to the date, the time and/or the number of tickets are permitted at the discretion of 365 Tickets Limited but subject to the terms and conditions of our individual suppliers and surcharges for amendments made may apply.

Marcin C 2 November 2017
verified customer

Wow such beautiful Roayal Mews. Fantastic and interesting to see x

Andy P 31 March 2017
verified customer

A truly fabulous experience,we learnt more in 2 hours than we had known in a lifetime.Unmissable for Royalists.

Alexander K 28 February 2017
verified customer

It was awesome and easy

Elizabeth M 11 August 2016
verified customer

I bought these as presents and it was extremely disappointing for my parents when they arrived to have problems as they were told there were issues with tickets from your company. It took nearly half an hour to sort it out. The Mews themselves were amazing

Joanna D 19 June 2016
verified customer

Impressive carriages, friendly staff

Jennifer T 16 June 2016
verified customer

Great to see a working mews. The free guided tour is excellent.

Elizabeth B 15 June 2016
verified customer

enjoyed my visit, but not many horses to see on that day.

Christina R 4 November 2015
verified customer

My family and I really enjoyed the Royal Mews. Being interested in horses ourselves, it was very cool to see the working stables. The gold carriage was the highlight though. What a piece of art! What a piece of history!