This is a small but interesting museum, at best seen as a part of a visit to the Foot Guards Museum and Buckingham Palace. There is a bit of walking involved (15 minutes to each) to see all three, but it’s doable if the weather is halfway decent. This is the museum of the Mounted Guards, and is the newest and smallest. Still, it’s a nice way to see the ceremonial troops that guard The Queen and other Royals. If you’re lucky, around 11 am you can watch the new mounted guard spell the old mounted guard en route to the Palace for the changing of the guard. Not nearly as crowded but not nearly as involved. Plus, the facade of the Horse Guards buildings is very impressive.
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