Motoring Attractions in Central London
The Royal Mews in the grounds of Buckingham palace, is one of the finest working stables in existence and is home to the royal collection of state vehicles, including horse-drawn carriages and motor cars. The Mews is home to about 30 horses although they are often out in training or in service, and many of the coachmen, grooms, chauffeurs and other staff live in flats above the stables and carriage houses. The vehicles are used for coronations, State Visits, royal weddings, the State Opening of Parliament and other official engagements.
Classic City Tours
Classic City Tours is a bespoke tour company that offers sightseeing tours using original Morris Minors around the City of London. They offer a wide range of sightseeing tours, both during the day, and by night and you can pick from one of their popular pre-arranged tours, or you they will tailor make a tour just for you. You could get a travel to Wimbledon, Royal Ascot, or a concert in true style! For more information, please call020 7376 0680
The London Transport Museum’s collection originated in the 1920’s when the London General Omnibus Company decided to preserve 2 Victorian horse buses and an early motor bus. The museum shows us how important transport in London has been in the growth of the city since 1800. It proudly displays a red London bus, the world’s first underground steam train and the “padded cell” – a train carriage that dates back to the 1890’s. You can see the original artwork for Harry Beck’s London Underground map and there is plenty more to see and take part in (play with) for children of all ages.