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The Royal Mews

An annexe of Buckingham Palace; (the Queens Gallery is also open to the public). Here in the palace stable block, it is possible to inspect the Royal horses and equipage: the State Coach designed for George III in 1762 by William Chambers and used for Coronations; the Glass State Coach bought by George V in 1910 and used in Royal weddings; the Irish State Coach bought by Queen Victoria in 1852 and used for the State Opening of Parliament.

Admission charge.

See Also: Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

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