First, a warning; depending if the king or queen is in residence, the size of the guard changes. For instance, if the royalty are there, you will end up with the band and the Life Guard. Other times, just the flute & drums and Life Guard are there. There are days only the Life Guard is present. Which is why I think you see people that are not happy. They have a schedule posted at the barracks, which is where I would recommend you start. At 1130 am, they march out of the barracks and arrive at noon for the changing. Then at the conclusion, (depending on the performance) they march back. You can get unbelievably close to the guard and I took a lot of video and pictures on each day I attended,(in three days there were three different performances because the royalty was in and the next two days, they were gone).
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