Ever wished you could look through a window and see into the 18th century? Head to The Household Cavalry Museum and you can do just that. Learn about the troopers’ training, see amazing rare objects and witness the King’s Life Guard - a ceremony that's stayed the same for 350 years!
- * There are no lockers for luggage * No animals allowed inside the museum, except for guide dogs * The King's Life Guard change daily at 11:00 (weekdays) / 10:00 (Sundays) on Horse Guards Parade Getting There = * Metro to Charing Cross, Embankment, Westminster, or St James's Park * Bus Lines 12, 53, 159 or 453 to Whitehall Horseguards Avenue Children under 5 can join for free, no ticket required. Show your smartphone ticket at the admission desk. The museum entrance is via the Horse Guards Road, next to the equestrian statue of the Viscount Wolseley.
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