Embrace Royalty in London with a trip to Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is majestic in every sense of the word. The Royalty’s official residence provides tours in the summer and other experiences for visitors to London. So, those who are looking for a deep, vivacious insight into royalty would do well by taking a visit to the Royal Mews this autumn. It’s touted as one of the finest working stables in existence –responsible for all travel arrangements for members of the Royal family.

Buckingham palacePlus, with the hotel deals in London, and the abundance of events this time of year, there’s never been a better time to visit London. Book your accommodation at the Park Grand Paddington Court London to get a taste of it all. There are a plethora of luxury accommodations in London, but those found in Paddington offer an uncompromising location. After all, Paddington station provides connections to Heathrow, Surrey, and much more.

London is the number one tourist destination in London for a variety of reasons. One of them is Royalty – it’s embedded in the culture and history of the place. Royal weddings and the like are celebrated with great pomp. The lives of Royalty are a topic of worldwide focus, and many of the attractions have a story from the past to tell. The Royal Mews is filled with countless things to see. Some of them include: the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, the carriage horses, the coaches and livery, the Royal Mews shop, a multimedia tour, and a full, personal guided tour.

The Diamond Jubilee state Coach was originally unveiled during the State Opening of Parliament. It’s now on permanent display within the Royal Mews, and is the official carriage for the Queen.  The Royal Mews also displays dazzling carriages and coaches from different times – one which includes the Gold State Coach – built for George III in 1762.

Besides that, visitors will also find some of the Queen’s horses that draw the coaches and carriages. The famous Windsor’s Grey Horses are famous for their steady temperament and stamina and are the horses of choice for the royal family. Today, it’s not only a royal venue, but it’s also a working stable that trains the horses that pull the royal carriages.

It might be surprising to hear that carriages are still used by the Royal family today. But each year, on around 50 occasions, carriages from the Royal Mews are used to appoint new members in in Buckingham and St James Palace. In terms of events, between the 29th October and the 30th October, The Royal Mews will host an event named The Big Draw. It’s an event that’s been designed to inspire younger children to draw – inspiring kids with the magnificent displays of art at the Royal Mews. In conclusion, this is a place that’s absolutely worth visiting – visit this autumn to get a real experience of royalty in London.

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