Royally Good Fun: Buckingham Palace Royal Mews & Queen's Gallery Tour with Michelin Star Dining For Two

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Royally Good Fun: Buckingham Palace Royal Mews & Queen's Gallery Tour with Michelin Star Dining For Two

Westminster and Mayfair, London

£370
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    £185
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“The Queen’s Mews continue to be an iconic element of the Royal British image and experience.” Horse Nation

Why we love it

The finest working stable in the world, Buckingham Palace’s Royal Mews is home to over 30 specially-bred carriage horses, ritzy Rolls Royces, and 200-year-old fairy-tale coaches. After exploring the royal stables, discover the British monarchy’s most prized possessions at the Queen's Gallery; from diamond-studded furniture to exciting royal regalia and priceless artistic treasures. Gastronomic gems await at The Greenhouse, an award-winning restaurant sporting a Michelin star for over 15 years.

What's Included?

  • Enjoy a one-hour multimedia tour at The Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace
  • Visit one of the greatest stables in the world, home to Her Majesty’s beloved royal horses and golden carriages
  • Discover the treasures of The Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace
  • Enjoy an audio tour, detailing her Majesty’s finest art collections
  • Savour a nine-course tasting menu at elegant haute cuisine restaurant, The Greenhouse

Exclusive to TRULY

  • Exclusive to Truly guests, receive a complimentary signed menu by Chef Dilling and a box of petit fours to take home to help commemorate this unique dining experience.

Description

With its history stretching as far back as the late 14th century, the Royal Mews has played an integral part in the British monarchy’s story. Situated next to Buckingham Palace, it is responsible for all road travel undertaken by the Royal Family, from royal weddings to coronations. Today the mews holds a fantastic combination of century-old carriages, thoroughbred horses and more recently a garage filled with lavish Rolls Royces.

During your hour-long tour, expect to be amazed by a magnificent collection of carriages that have defined history, from Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee State Coach, to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s fairytale carriage. Marvel at the glory of the Gold State Coach, which has been used to transport the monarch for every coronation since 1821.

The horsepower behind Her Majesty’s royal carriages, visit the working stables where the royal horses live. Home to over 30 Windsor Greys and Cleveland Bays, learn why these particular breeds have been chosen for royal duty. Enjoy a sneak peak of the royal riding school, in which all of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s children learnt to horse-ride.

Conclude your tour of the Royal Mews with a visit to the Queen’s Gallery. Opened in 1962, the gallery within Buckingham Palace was built out of the bomb-damaged ruins of a former private chapel. Now totally redeveloped, it is a permanent space dedicated to the art and treasures held in trust by The Queen for the Nation.

The gallery takes its exhibits from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important collections in the world and one of the last great European royal collections to remain intact. During your hour-long audio tour, you’ll learn about the sovereigns and consorts who have influenced the shape and diversity of the Collection.

Art enthusiasts will be thrilled to view over 450 works on display, including works from the likes of Duccio, Dürer, Clouet, Rubens and Van Dyck. Discover a rich and varied collection of sculptures, furniture and photographs, some commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, others as intimate personal mementos between the royal family. As the exhibit is continually rotating, there is always a new piece of priceless art to view.

From the great indoors, to the great outdoors, step into a natural paradise. Hailed as one of London’s finest dining experiences, The Greenhouse lives up to its name with its unique décor. Approaching the entrance, one is led through a serene landscaped garden, decorated with stone artworks by British sculptor Emily Young. Elements of the garden are carried into the restaurant and onto the plate, with food that looks – and tastes – as fresh as a forest.

During your dining experience, sample signature dishes from Executive Chef, Alex Dilling. Born in London but raised in America, his culinary journey started by working for the master of French gastronomy, Alain Ducasse, at Adour in New York. Meticulous and precise, Dilling has a distinct style and brings his passion to every plate.

With such a focus on quality, it isn’t any wonder this restaurant rivals its competitors as one of London’s finest dining experiences. Offering the very best in food and wine, The Greenhouse remains the pinnacle of excellence, boasting a Michelin star since 2004.

Exclusive to Truly guests, receive a signed menu by Chef Dilling and a complimentary box of petit fours to take home.

Description

With its history stretching as far back as the late 14th century, the Royal Mews has played an integral part in the British monarchy’s story. Situated next to Buckingham Palace, it is responsible for all road travel undertaken by the Royal Family, from royal weddings to coronations. Today the mews holds a fantastic combination of century-old carriages, thoroughbred horses and more recently a garage filled with lavish Rolls Royces.

During your hour-long tour, expect to be amazed by a magnificent collection of carriages that have defined history, from Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee State Coach, to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s fairytale carriage. Marvel at the glory of the Gold State Coach, which has been used to transport the monarch for every coronation since 1821.

The horsepower behind Her Majesty’s royal carriages, visit the working stables where the royal horses live. Home to over 30 Windsor Greys and Cleveland Bays, learn why these particular breeds have been chosen for royal duty. Enjoy a sneak peak of the royal riding school, in which all of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s children learnt to horse-ride.

Conclude your tour of the Royal Mews with a visit to the Queen’s Gallery. Opened in 1962, the gallery within Buckingham Palace was built out of the bomb-damaged ruins of a former private chapel. Now totally redeveloped, it is a permanent space dedicated to the art and treasures held in trust by The Queen for the Nation.

The gallery takes its exhibits from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important collections in the world and one of the last great European royal collections to remain intact. During your hour-long audio tour, you’ll learn about the sovereigns and consorts who have influenced the shape and diversity of the Collection.

Art enthusiasts will be thrilled to view over 450 works on display, including works from the likes of Duccio, Dürer, Clouet, Rubens and Van Dyck. Discover a rich and varied collection of sculptures, furniture and photographs, some commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, others as intimate personal mementos between the royal family. As the exhibit is continually rotating, there is always a new piece of priceless art to view.

From the great indoors, to the great outdoors, step into a natural paradise. Hailed as one of London’s finest dining experiences, The Greenhouse lives up to its name with its unique décor. Approaching the entrance, one is led through a serene landscaped garden, decorated with stone artworks by British sculptor Emily Young. Elements of the garden are carried into the restaurant and onto the plate, with food that looks – and tastes – as fresh as a forest.

During your dining experience, sample signature dishes from Executive Chef, Alex Dilling. Born in London but raised in America, his culinary journey started by working for the master of French gastronomy, Alain Ducasse, at Adour in New York. Meticulous and precise, Dilling has a distinct style and brings his passion to every plate.

With such a focus on quality, it isn’t any wonder this restaurant rivals its competitors as one of London’s finest dining experiences. Offering the very best in food and wine, The Greenhouse remains the pinnacle of excellence, boasting a Michelin star since 2004.

Exclusive to Truly guests, receive a signed menu by Chef Dilling and a complimentary box of petit fours to take home.

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Royal Mews Opening & Tour Times:

  • Daily from 26 March to 3 November, 10am to 5pm (last admission at 4:15pm) and Monday to Saturday from 4 November to 30 November, 10am to 4pm (last admission at 3:15pm)
  • The Royal Mews is closed from December to January.

Queen's Gallery Opening & Tour Times:

  • The Queen's Gallery is open daily 10am - 5:30pm (last admission 4:15pm)
  • The Gallery is closed on 25-26 December.

The Greenhouse opening times:

  • Lunch, Tuesday to Friday, 12pm to 2.30pm
  • Dinner. Tuesday to Saturday, 6.30pm to 10.30pm

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Book in the Royal Mews tour for 2:30pm, then tour of The Queen's Gallery at 4pm and dinner at 6.30pm
  • Tours of the Royal Mews last approximately one hour.
  • Tours of The Queen’s Gallery last approximately 60 to 90 minutes.
  • Allow about 20 minutes to walk to the restaurant

Additional Information

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 4 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Royal Mews Opening & Tour Times:

  • Daily from 26 March to 3 November, 10am to 5pm (last admission at 4:15pm) and Monday to Saturday from 4 November to 30 November, 10am to 4pm (last admission at 3:15pm)
  • The Royal Mews is closed from December to January.

Queen's Gallery Opening & Tour Times:

  • The Queen's Gallery is open daily 10am - 5:30pm (last admission 4:15pm)
  • The Gallery is closed on 25-26 December.

The Greenhouse opening times:

  • Lunch, Tuesday to Friday, 12pm to 2.30pm
  • Dinner. Tuesday to Saturday, 6.30pm to 10.30pm

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Book in the Royal Mews tour for 2:30pm, then tour of The Queen's Gallery at 4pm and dinner at 6.30pm
  • Tours of the Royal Mews last approximately one hour.
  • Tours of The Queen’s Gallery last approximately 60 to 90 minutes.
  • Allow about 20 minutes to walk to the restaurant

Additional Information

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 4 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

What's Included?

  • Enjoy a one-hour multimedia tour at The Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace
  • Visit one of the greatest stables in the world, home to Her Majesty’s beloved royal horses and golden carriages
  • Discover the treasures of The Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace
  • Enjoy an audio tour, detailing her Majesty’s finest art collections
  • Savour a nine-course tasting menu at elegant haute cuisine restaurant, The Greenhouse

Exclusive to TRULY

  • Exclusive to Truly guests, receive a complimentary signed menu by Chef Dilling and a box of petit fours to take home to help commemorate this unique dining experience.

Why we love it

The finest working stable in the world, Buckingham Palace’s Royal Mews is home to over 30 specially-bred carriage horses, ritzy Rolls Royces, and 200-year-old fairy-tale coaches. After exploring the royal stables, discover the British monarchy’s most prized possessions at the Queen's Gallery; from diamond-studded furniture to exciting royal regalia and priceless artistic treasures. Gastronomic gems await at The Greenhouse, an award-winning restaurant sporting a Michelin star for over 15 years. Read full description

Description

With its history stretching as far back as the late 14th century, the Royal Mews has played an integral part in the British monarchy’s story. Situated next to Buckingham Palace, it is responsible for all road travel undertaken by the Royal Family, from royal weddings to coronations. Today the mews holds a fantastic combination of century-old carriages, thoroughbred horses and more recently a garage filled with lavish Rolls Royces.

During your hour-long tour, expect to be amazed by a magnificent collection of carriages that have defined history, from Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee State Coach, to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s fairytale carriage. Marvel at the glory of the Gold State Coach, which has been used to transport the monarch for every coronation since 1821.

The horsepower behind Her Majesty’s royal carriages, visit the working stables where the royal horses live. Home to over 30 Windsor Greys and Cleveland Bays, learn why these particular breeds have been chosen for royal duty. Enjoy a sneak peak of the royal riding school, in which all of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s children learnt to horse-ride.

Conclude your tour of the Royal Mews with a visit to the Queen’s Gallery. Opened in 1962, the gallery within Buckingham Palace was built out of the bomb-damaged ruins of a former private chapel. Now totally redeveloped, it is a permanent space dedicated to the art and treasures held in trust by The Queen for the Nation.

The gallery takes its exhibits from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important collections in the world and one of the last great European royal collections to remain intact. During your hour-long audio tour, you’ll learn about the sovereigns and consorts who have influenced the shape and diversity of the Collection.

Art enthusiasts will be thrilled to view over 450 works on display, including works from the likes of Duccio, Dürer, Clouet, Rubens and Van Dyck. Discover a rich and varied collection of sculptures, furniture and photographs, some commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, others as intimate personal mementos between the royal family. As the exhibit is continually rotating, there is always a new piece of priceless art to view.

From the great indoors, to the great outdoors, step into a natural paradise. Hailed as one of London’s finest dining experiences, The Greenhouse lives up to its name with its unique décor. Approaching the entrance, one is led through a serene landscaped garden, decorated with stone artworks by British sculptor Emily Young. Elements of the garden are carried into the restaurant and onto the plate, with food that looks – and tastes – as fresh as a forest.

During your dining experience, sample signature dishes from Executive Chef, Alex Dilling. Born in London but raised in America, his culinary journey started by working for the master of French gastronomy, Alain Ducasse, at Adour in New York. Meticulous and precise, Dilling has a distinct style and brings his passion to every plate.

With such a focus on quality, it isn’t any wonder this restaurant rivals its competitors as one of London’s finest dining experiences. Offering the very best in food and wine, The Greenhouse remains the pinnacle of excellence, boasting a Michelin star since 2004.

Exclusive to Truly guests, receive a signed menu by Chef Dilling and a complimentary box of petit fours to take home.

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Description

With its history stretching as far back as the late 14th century, the Royal Mews has played an integral part in the British monarchy’s story. Situated next to Buckingham Palace, it is responsible for all road travel undertaken by the Royal Family, from royal weddings to coronations. Today the mews holds a fantastic combination of century-old carriages, thoroughbred horses and more recently a garage filled with lavish Rolls Royces.

During your hour-long tour, expect to be amazed by a magnificent collection of carriages that have defined history, from Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee State Coach, to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s fairytale carriage. Marvel at the glory of the Gold State Coach, which has been used to transport the monarch for every coronation since 1821.

The horsepower behind Her Majesty’s royal carriages, visit the working stables where the royal horses live. Home to over 30 Windsor Greys and Cleveland Bays, learn why these particular breeds have been chosen for royal duty. Enjoy a sneak peak of the royal riding school, in which all of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s children learnt to horse-ride.

Conclude your tour of the Royal Mews with a visit to the Queen’s Gallery. Opened in 1962, the gallery within Buckingham Palace was built out of the bomb-damaged ruins of a former private chapel. Now totally redeveloped, it is a permanent space dedicated to the art and treasures held in trust by The Queen for the Nation.

The gallery takes its exhibits from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important collections in the world and one of the last great European royal collections to remain intact. During your hour-long audio tour, you’ll learn about the sovereigns and consorts who have influenced the shape and diversity of the Collection.

Art enthusiasts will be thrilled to view over 450 works on display, including works from the likes of Duccio, Dürer, Clouet, Rubens and Van Dyck. Discover a rich and varied collection of sculptures, furniture and photographs, some commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, others as intimate personal mementos between the royal family. As the exhibit is continually rotating, there is always a new piece of priceless art to view.

From the great indoors, to the great outdoors, step into a natural paradise. Hailed as one of London’s finest dining experiences, The Greenhouse lives up to its name with its unique décor. Approaching the entrance, one is led through a serene landscaped garden, decorated with stone artworks by British sculptor Emily Young. Elements of the garden are carried into the restaurant and onto the plate, with food that looks – and tastes – as fresh as a forest.

During your dining experience, sample signature dishes from Executive Chef, Alex Dilling. Born in London but raised in America, his culinary journey started by working for the master of French gastronomy, Alain Ducasse, at Adour in New York. Meticulous and precise, Dilling has a distinct style and brings his passion to every plate.

With such a focus on quality, it isn’t any wonder this restaurant rivals its competitors as one of London’s finest dining experiences. Offering the very best in food and wine, The Greenhouse remains the pinnacle of excellence, boasting a Michelin star since 2004.

Exclusive to Truly guests, receive a signed menu by Chef Dilling and a complimentary box of petit fours to take home.

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Royal Mews Opening & Tour Times:

  • Daily from 26 March to 3 November, 10am to 5pm (last admission at 4:15pm) and Monday to Saturday from 4 November to 30 November, 10am to 4pm (last admission at 3:15pm)
  • The Royal Mews is closed from December to January.

Queen's Gallery Opening & Tour Times:

  • The Queen's Gallery is open daily 10am - 5:30pm (last admission 4:15pm)
  • The Gallery is closed on 25-26 December.

The Greenhouse opening times:

  • Lunch, Tuesday to Friday, 12pm to 2.30pm
  • Dinner. Tuesday to Saturday, 6.30pm to 10.30pm

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Book in the Royal Mews tour for 2:30pm, then tour of The Queen's Gallery at 4pm and dinner at 6.30pm
  • Tours of the Royal Mews last approximately one hour.
  • Tours of The Queen’s Gallery last approximately 60 to 90 minutes.
  • Allow about 20 minutes to walk to the restaurant

Additional Information

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 4 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

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Royally Good Fun: Buckingham Palace Royal Mews & Queen's Gallery Tour with Michelin Star Dining For Two

  • Add an extra guest +
    £185