The stables at Paleis Het Loo house many of the carriages, sleighs and vehicles belonging to the royal family. When the Queen is in residence at Het Oude Loo a number are regularly used. The horses are accommodated in the left-hand stables which have room for forty horses. Altogether the stables complex can accommodate 88 horses.
The coach house collection includes a state Berlin coach and a state chariot, sports, shooting and service carriages that date from the first half of the 19th century to the beginning of the twentieth.
The white hearse is a special vehicle that was used on the occasion of the
funeral of Prince Hendrik (1934) and Queen Wilhelmina (1962).
The harness rooms contain a diversity of ceremonial harnesses bearing coats of arms or the royal crown as well as official, ceremonial, shooting and sports harnesses. Accessories like chimes and bells for sleighs alongside saddles and whips are also part of the collection.
A wide collection of livery for coachmen, chauffeurs and footmen from the past and the present give some idea of the intricacies involved in receiving guests at court.