The Household Cavalry Museum, located in the heart of Royal London, offers a unique dining experience where your guests can enjoy their meal surrounded by the rich history and tradition of the British Army’s Household Cavalry. The museum itself showcases the history and duties of the Household Cavalry, featuring exhibits on ceremonial uniforms, weaponry, and the daily lives of the soldiers.

Fine dining in style...

Fine dining in style...

Immersed in the rich history and tradition of the Household Cavalry, the atmospheric main gallery provides a unique backdrop for exclusive and intimate dinners. Guests will be dining surrounded by the impressive collection of ceremonial uniforms, silver, weaponry, medals and other incredible objects.

Prior to dinner, guests can enjoy pre-dinner drinks in the Stables gallery, where a knowledgeable member of the Museum team will provide a short talk about the fascinating history and heritage of the Household Cavalry. This sets the tone for the evening and enhances guests’ understanding and appreciation of the surroundings.

Being the only accessible part of the Horse Guards Building open to the public, hosting a dinner at the Household Cavalry Museum offers an unparalleled opportunity for guests to explore and engage with this iconic historical location. Whether it’s a corporate event, private function, or special occasion, dining at the museum promises a memorable and immersive experience steeped in British military history and tradition.

We can accommodate up 30 guests for dinner.

Prices start from £1,800 + VAT for exclusive hire of the Museum for the evening.

Hire fees do not include catering costs, which can be obtained from our excellent approved caterers.

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Discover the Household Cavalry Museum

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


In line with security protocol for the King’s Birthday Parade, the museum will be operating different hours during May. June and July.

Please check the link below before visiting:

Museum ceremonial operating hours