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Splendours of the Subcontinent & the Royal Mews

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The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London, SW1A 1AA
By train

London Victoria.  Visit National Rail Enquiries for times and fares.

By underground

Victoria, Green Park, St. James's Park and Hyde Park Corner.  For further information visit the Transport for London website.

By coach / bus

Bus numbers 11, 211, C1 and C10 stop on Buckingham Palace Road.  Victoria Coach Station is a 10-minute walk from the Palace.  For further information visit the Transport for London website.

  • The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace
    The Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace
  • Daily (Friday, 8 Jun 2018 - Sunday, 14 Oct 2018)
  • Adult £20.70
    Over 60/ Student (with valid ID) £18.70
    Under 17/ Disabled £11.20
    Under 5 Free
    Family £52.60 (2 adults and 3 under 17s)
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Combine a visit to see Splendours of the Subcontinent at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace with a visit to the Royal Mews, home to the royal collection of coaches and carriages.

 

The Royal Mews

The Royal Mews is home to the royal collection of historic coaches and carriages and is considered to be one of the finest working stables in existence. The Royal Mews is responsible for all road travel arrangements for The Queen and members of the Royal Family and is home to the most dazzling display of coaches including the Gold State Coach, which has been used at every coronation since that of George IV in 1821, and The Diamond Jubilee State Coach.

 

Splendours of the Subcontinent

Splendours of the Subcontinent includes two exhibitions celebrating South Asian treasures in the Royal Collection.

Related exhibition
Splendours of the Subcontinent: A Prince's Tour of India 1875-6

Some of the finest treasures presented to the Prince of Wales during his tour of India

Related exhibition
Splendours of the Subcontinent: Four centuries of South Asian Paintings and Manuscripts

The long relationship between the Crown and South Asia

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