The 4 pm Dismounting Ceremony at Horse Guards Parade is every day 365 days a year. The Queens Life Guards have been at Horse Guards Parade since the Restoration King Charles II in 1660. The Queens Life Guards is one of two Senior Household Cavalry Regiment. When the Queen is in Residence at Buckingham Palace, The Guard consists of one Officer, One Corporal Major, two Non Commissioned Officers, One Trumpeter and Ten troopers. This is known as the Long Guard

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The 4 pm Dismounting Ceremony at Horse Guards Parade is every day 365 days a year. The Queens Life Guards have been at Horse Guards Parade since the Restoration King Charles II in 1660. The Queens Life Guards is one of two Senior Household Cavalry Regiment. When the Queen is in Residence at Buckingham Palace, The Guard consists of one Officer, One Corporal Major, two Non Commissioned Officers, One Trumpeter and Ten troopers. This is known as the Long Guard
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The 4 pm Dismounting Ceremony at Horse Guards Parade is every day 365 days a year. The Queens Life Guards have been at Horse Guards Parade since the Restoration King Charles II in 1660. The Queens Life Guards is one of two Senior Household Cavalry Regiment. When the Queen is in Residence at Buckingham Palace, The Guard consists of one Officer, One Corporal Major, two Non Commissioned Officers, One Trumpeter and Ten troopers. This is known as the Long Guard
Location: Horse Guards Parade, London, UK

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