The Queen Victoria Memorial commemorates the death of Queen Victoria in 1901 and is located at the front of Buckingham Palace.
At the top of the Duke of York Steps, on the north side of The Mall, stands a bronze statue of the Duke of York, set on a 124ft column.
Installed in memory of Guardsmen who died in World War I, the Guard’s Memorial was unveiled in 1926 by the Duke of Connaught, the uncle of King George V. After World War II an inscription was added to remember those who died between 1939 and 1945.
This statue in memory of King George VI stands on the north west side of The Mall behind the Queen Mother memorial statue.
This national memorial to The Queen Mother stands next to the bronze statue of her husband, King George VI.
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.
At the corner of The Mall and Horse Guards, stands the National Police Memorial, commemorating police officers killed in the course of duty in the UK.
This bronze statue, situated next to Admiralty Arch, commemorates the explorer and navigator, Captain James Cook (1728-79).
This bronze memorial is dedicated to members of the Royal Artillery killed in the Boer War in southern Africa 1899-1902.
Located opposite Queen Anne’s Gate on Birdcage Walk, the Boy Statue depicts a seated boy on a marble plinth, and was originally used as a drinking fountain.
Next to Admiralty Arch, on The Mall, stands this memorial dedicated to the Royal Marines. It dates back to 1903 but was located at this position in 1948.
At the north west corner of Horse Guards Parade, next to Old Admiralty Buildings, stands the Royal Naval Division Memorial dedicated to 45,000 members of the Royal Naval Division who died during World War I. It was unveiled in 1925 by Winston Churchill.