Learn about the Household Cavalry and see their working stables through a large glass screen. Visit our website for opening times and our online shop.
Great place to watch traditional British pageantry.
I cannot name a better, or more beautiful parade ground for English cavalry.
Palladian composition at the heart of Whitehall, for a hundred years HQ of the British Army. Duke of Wellington's office as it was c1842.
The stables and ceremonial home of the Queen's Guards. Access from whitehall is availabl onto the Till's yard
You can see horses and fancy ceremonies here.
A bit dull if nothing's on but quite picturesque when in full pomp.
It was a nice surprise to visit this place.
Those horses are gorgeous.
Along the middle path from the main archway it is lined with square stones. Stand along this line behind the stones and you will get a good view of the guards cantering past after change of guards.
Guards have winter and summer uniforms. They change to the summer uniform when UK adopts daylight saving time or British summer time.
There's a horse-changing ceremony at 11. They march in, play the trumpet, and stare at each other for at least 15 minutes. Then we left.
Wonderful great place
Nice place to visit!
Catch both blue and red regiments
See guard change over a half-hour starting 11-ish.
Lovely London setting
Free to watch
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG ceremony but worth it.
At the 2012 London Olympics, the Horse Guards Parade became a focal point around the world, and the biggest stars in beach volleyball and volleyball made their mark in history.
The walk around the back of Downing St. and on towards Buckingham Palace is very nice. But only if the gates are open. On this day, they were closed to the public.
Horses may kick or bite :)
It was originally the official entrance to Buckingham Palace. Horse Guards was once a full Army garrison and is said to be haunted.
If ever you wanted the perfect chance to see overexcited horses then here is the perfect opportunity. The accompanying building itself is worth seeing just for the sense of pomp'
This paradeground is the scene of the world famous Trooping the Colour, which since 1748 has marked the monarch’s birthday. The march past of the Household Division involves almost 400 musicians.
Notice the clock that crowns the main building? You'll see a black mark next to the number '2'. That's the hour at which Charles I was beheaded at the neighbouring Banqueting House.
Cavalli, cavalli ed ancora cavalli. Un posto bellissimo.
Сколько раз тут ни была - коней не видела))) но запашок есть)))
Saate bak II nin üzerinde siyah bir işaret var. 1nci Charles'in infazini simgeler
قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ( الخيل معقود بنواصيها الخير الى يوم القيامه )
É até engraçado, todo mundo quer tirar foto com os cavalos ou guardas.