Outside of museum hours the museum offer itself for private hire such as Director’s Tours, Private Tours, Receptions and Dinners and also hosts a range of our own hosted and partnered events.
Filming and photo shoots also work beautifully in our historic spaces beautifully laid out as follows:
The Museum has a net available floor space of 400sqm that splits into 3 distinct galleries.
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Gallery 1 illustrates the dual ceremonial and operational roles of the Household Cavalry. It incorporates the original cobbled floor ( c.1753 ) that was unexpectedly discovered during the conversion and which has now been repaired and retained as the floor of the gallery.
The Stables Gallery is situated within The Queen’s Life Guard stables. It has been divided with a full height glazed screen which allows visitors to watch horses being looked after from the museum side where the stables fixtures have all been retained. This creates the illusion that one is actually visiting the working stables.
In Gallery 2 the original and magnificent vaulted ceilings of Horse Guards are uncovered. The gallery explains the origins and traces the history of the Household Cavalry with the story brought to life through the words, memories and outstanding collections belonging to those who served. All is shown in modern state-of-the-art displays.
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The Household Cavalry Museum
London SW1A 2AX
Charing Cross, Westminster and Embankment
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