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testimonialA new museum opened by Queen Elizabeth in 2007, it is dedicated to the Queens cavalry that protects her as well as is deployed overseas in combat.The history and pageantry is well described. You can look into the stables where the horses are stabled and see their care.
The museum is small and an in depth walk through will take an hour or less depending on your interest level.I loved it after watching the changes of the mounted guard.

Rosietomato // Covington

testimonialA new museum opened by Queen Elizabeth in 2007, it is dedicated to the Queens cavalry that protects her as well as is deployed overseas in combat.
We kind of stumbled across this museum and decided to go in since it was included with our london pass. We didn’t know much at all about the household cavalry so it was really interesting. The museum itself is quite small but definitely worth visiting. There is a window into the stables where the actual horses are cared for which was neat to see. They also do a changing of the guard in the morning (we didn’t see it) and at 4 a final inspection before end of duty. All day they have 2 sentries on horses outside so at the end of the day they line up with other guards (these ones were dismounted ) and the captain (I’m guessing) comes and inspects uniform and stance etc. It was a cool display to watch.

Emily02020

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