The museum is in a cool spot. And it doesn’t take long to go through it. The history is pretty fascinating and it’s well worth the time.
About The Household Cavalry Museum
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Visited the Museum in January with my adult daughter, after having seen the guards change. Had been told you could see the horses inside. Interesting to see the different uniforms and particularly enjoyed the video about the training the lads have with the horses. Took...More
Visited here in December with my adult daughter. We did visit the Guards Museum first, but that was shut ever though it said on the webpage it was open. This museum is small for the history of the regiments. But it is still worth a...More
Lots of interesting literature and arti - facts, Even a little literature about Napoleon definitely one for those history lovers out there, check it out
Missed by so many who simply want to see horses standing in guard house but good money for value when reading story of the regiment. First to reconnaissance in wartime, soldiers are highly trained and adaptable to great many situations. There not just a pretty...More
This museum has so much potential but we were disappointed how small it is. We tried to find another door thinking there was more or we could get outside to look at the working stables with the horses but instead we looked through dull plastic...More
As this is one of the many museums in London, we were glad to get into this one. Allow yourself time to walk through and see all the exhibits while using the audio tour. Look through and see some of the stables with the beautiful...More
It took us until our 3rd visit to London to call in here, and we loved every minute of it. The displays are well done and very informative. The ambience of the museum and the building just add to the experience. The volunteer "on duty"...More
The changing of the guard took place at 11 a.m. and, I was told, takes place every day except in hard rain, but you can call and check. It wasn't crowded, and everyone had a good view. Lots of fun. The museum provided good information...More
Both the museum and the changing of the Queen's horseguards every morning are great. Something kids enjoy too and not nearly as crowded as the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace.