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The Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace

Home to historic royal carriages and one of the finest working stables in existence.

The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace is responsible for all the road travel arrangements for The Queen and members of the Royal Family.

The Royal Mews is temporarily closed to the public. For more information see our FAQs.


  The Royal Mews Combined visit to the
Royal Mews & The Queen's Gallery
Adult £13.00 £23.80
Over 60 £11.80 £21.60
Student £11.80 £20.30
Child (5-16)/ Disabled £7.50 £12.80
Under 5 Free Free
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) £33.50 £60.40
Groups (15 people or more) View group prices View group prices


Your ticket includes a multimedia tour.

Enjoy free re-admission for a year by asking us to treat your ticket purchase as a donation.
At the end of your visit, ask a Warden to stamp your ticket to convert it into a 1- Year Pass.
Find out more.




Opening times

The Royal Mews is temporarily closed to the public, reopening in 2021. For more information see our FAQs.

The Royal Mews is usually closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

  Opening time Last admission Closing time
Until 2 November 2020 11:00 16:00 17:00


Royal Mews closures

The Royal Mews is part of a working royal palace so sometimes closures can happen at short notice.

The Mews will be completely closed from 2 November until 2021.

Practical information

  • The Royal Mews is temporarily closed to the public. For more information see our FAQs.
  • The safety and wellbeing of our visitors and staff are our priority. To allow everyone to enjoy their visit while maintaining social distancing we are operating with reduced visitor capacity. A new one-way route is in place to support these measures. We have also removed some interactive family activities to protect visitors and staff. We hope to return these activities when safe to do so. For more information about safety measures during COVID-19, and the changes to your visit, see our Welcome Back page and Practical Information page.
  • You can visit the Royal Mews at your leisure using the complimentary multimedia tour, which lasts approximately 45 minutes.
  • When you arrive, you will pass through an airport-style security check. Read more about security & luggage.
  • Toilets and baby-care facilities are available at the middle of the visitor route, adjacent to the Gold State Coach House. Capacities are being managed with an enhanced cleaning regime in operation.
  • You can take photographs in the Royal Mews. Read about photography, filming & mobile phones.
  • Your ticket includes a multimedia guide available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian and Mandarin. We also have 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. We recommend you bring your own headphones to use with the multimedia guide (standard audio jack).
  • Eating and drinking aren't allowed inside the Royal Mews.
  • Pushchairs can be taken into the Mews. Read more about visiting with children.

More practical information


Map & directions

The Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace, London, SW1W 1QH
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.

Shopping and eating

Royal Collection shop

Our online shop offers a wide range of exclusive gifts inspired by the royal palaces and the works of art in the Royal Collection.

Shop online


Unfortunately eating and drinking aren't allowed at the Royal Mews. However, you'll find plenty of cafés and restaurants nearby.  

Children and families

Drawing activities and trails

Download educational resources to use during your visit or at home.

Things to do with children

Pick up a family multimedia guide featuring games, videos and facts, aimed at children aged 7-11 years.

Top things to look out for

Did you know The Queen names all the horses? Try and spot the horses' name plates on your visit.

About the Mews

History of the Royal Mews

The current Royal Mews was built in the gardens of Buckingham Palace in 1825.

The Royal Mews today

The Royal Mews provides road transport for The Queen by both horse-drawn carriage and car.

Painting of carriage procession to Westminster Abbey
Be transported through Royal history

Watch a short film about the Royal Mews.


Bring the curriculum to life with a visit to the Royal Mews. We offer a range of interactive workshops, tours, learning activities and resources for nursery, primary and secondary pupils. Our school visit information will help teachers and organisers plan their visit.


Group prices

We offer a groups discount for bookings of 15 people or more.

Group bookings

It is essential to pre-book your group visit. Buy your tickets online or over the telephone.

Coach parking

We can advise on the nearest coach set down and pick up points. Unfortunately there is no coach parking near the Royal Mews.


London Blue Badge Guides are allowed to guide at two points in the Main Quadrangle. Visitors can also enjoy a free multimedia tour.

Access and mobility

The Royal Mews is fully accessible. Most of the site is outside, with some cover. Concessionary rates are available for you if you have a disability and an accompanying companion is admitted free of charge. In line with government policy you should, if you are not exempt, wear a face covering whilst at the Royal Mews and in the shop. Accessible toilets and a Changing Places are available. Limited seating is available and registered assistance dogs are welcome. A BSL multimedia tour is available and a number of Wardens are Dementia Friends. Download a photo journey (pdf) to help you plan your visit. 

There is no Café or parking available at the Royal Mews but both are available nearby. More information on the changes to your visit due to COVID-19 is available on our Practical Information page.

For detailed access information, please select one of the options below. If you have any further questions contact the Specialist Sales team on +44 (0)303 123 7324 or via email.



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