The Household Cavalry Museum at Horse Guards in London and the Windsor Archive at Combermere Barracks in Windsor offer a wealth of knowledge on the Household Cavalry be your interest personal or general. Should you not be able to visit us, or be interested in some out of hours reading, this section’s timeline and resources offer a basic background to the history of the regiment.

Please do watch this space as our online resource offer will be growing in the near future, and direct research enquiries can also be sent to the Windsor Archive.

Useful resources and information

Find us - Household Cavalry Museum location map Download
2021 Household Cavalry Museum event brochure Download
Research enquiries – Combined Research Enquiry Form and Explanation 2020 Download
Household Cavalry history to 2007 Download
Household Cavalry time chart to 2017 Download
Combined Day with the HCR and Booking Form Download
Household Cavalry Musical Ride – Show Requirements Download
Household Cavalry Museum Schools Programme Download
London Military Museums Network – ebrochure Download
What's on - quick guide summer 2021 Download
Waterloo summer 2021 press release - Waterloo Moment Download
Discover the Household Cavalry Museum

10am – 6pm, April to October / 10am – 5pm, November to March / Last admission 45 minutes before closing.

The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery are covering summer Queen’s Life Guard duties until Tuesday 22 August- come down now and learn about this incredible Regiment as well as the Household Cavalry.

We are currently open 7 days a week, 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm) with full Regimental public duties now back daily. Pre-booking is recommended; please choose your arrival timeslot here.

Book online events such as our Regimental Historian Lectures here.

See what else you can join in with our ‘What’s On’ schedule here.

The Evolution of Medicine through Warfare online exhibition can still be enjoyed here.

The Museum is fully Covid safety compliant and ready to welcome you, but as a small independent business we are still struggling. For more information on this and how you can SUPPORT the Museum at this difficult time please see here.

Can’t make it to Horse Guards? You can still always enjoy our: Virtual Visit page, podcast, YouTube Channel, and Instagram posts any time.