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Mobility access

Wheelchairs

Manual wheelchairs are available to borrow free of charge on a first come, first served basis for the duration of a visit. Mobility scooters can be used at the Royal Mews.

 

Access and surfaces

All areas of the Royal Mews have level access. As the Royal Mews is an historic building the floors are uneven and cobbled in places so please take care.

The outside areas of the Mews.

The outside areas of the Mews. ©

Respite seating

Benches are available throughout the visitor route.

Benches on the visitor route.

Benches on the visitor route. ©

Assistance animals

Assistance animals are welcome and water is available on request.

 

Shops

You will exit through the Royal Mews shop. The flooring is level with tiles and carpet.

The Royal Mews shop

The Royal Mews shop ©

Toilets 

Please note that there are currently no toilets for visitors at the Royal Mews. We are installing new facilities, which will open in Spring 2020. Alternative toilets are available at The Queen’s Gallery,  a two minute walk, which you can access by showing your ticket for the Royal Mews. 

 

Parking and transport

There is no parking available at the Royal Mews. The nearest public parking is on Palace Street.

The following buses run close to Buckingham Palace and are accessible for wheelchair users: 11, 36, 211, C1 and C10.

The nearest London underground station with wheelchair access is Green Park. 

For further information please see maps & directions.

 

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