Full of history and a chance to view the stables of active troopers and their horses. Trying on the uniforms has to be done. Incredibly hot and heavy. Hats off to the boys on parade!
About The Household Cavalry Museum
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My wife and I spent about an hour here learning about the unit and there function in history and how it has evolved to todays modern warfare, make sure you do the audio tour, it's free when you've purchased your entry ticket, there are also...More
We had an hour spare during our recent trip to London and as we had a £10 days our Tesco voucher we decided to use it here. The museum isn't very big however if you tie the visit in with the changing of the guard...More
It was late at night and I couldn't go inside (it was closed, of course), but I managed to take a photo of the front, what made my visit really worth, because it is a nice place with beautiful architecture outside.
I really wanted to see the horses in the Changing of the Guard but the timing just didn't work for us. But we really enjoyed the museum: the collection of uniforms & shiny equipment, and the history of how they came to be. There is...More
Me and my boyfriend visited on a weekend away in London. We were hesitant whether to go inside for £7 each however did anyway. we were greeted by a lovely lady who definitely knew her stuff! She explained all the history and we were lucky...More
Well organised, participative museum, good fun and lots to learn! The staff were lovely and we learned a lot the audio was also helpful and easy to use.
Came across this museum by chance and went in for a look around... pretty impressive! Beautifully laid out with some excellent exhibits. It's in part of the old stables at Horse Guards so in places the floor is actually cobble stones! The uniforms on display...More