The Mall is a grand processional route which has seen innumerable historic Royal processions including coronations, state openings of Parliament and state visits.
Admiralty Arch, commissioned by King Edward VII as a memorial to his mother Queen Victoria, stands at the north east end of The Mall linking to Trafalgar Square.
The Blue Bridge offers spectacular views across St James's Park Lake to Buckingham Palace to the west and Horse Guards Parade, Big Ben and the London Eye towards the east.
Horse Guards Parade is the ceremonial parade ground in St James's Park and is the scene of Trooping the Colour on the Queen’s official birthday in June.
Centre stage in St James's Park Lake and leaping against the magnificent backdrop of Buckingham Palace, Whitehall and Horse Guards Parade, is a stunning 20ft water plume called the Tiffany Fountain.