The ten days of public mourning following the death of Queen Elizabeth II will end on Monday, Sept. 19.

The Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey will be attended by world leaders, including President of the United States, and representatives from across the Commonwealth of Nations.

The ceremony will take place at Westminster Abbey, were Elizabeth II married Prince Philip and had her coronation, beginning at 11 a.m. London time, and will culminate in two minutes of silence for the Queen across the U.K. and the playing of “God Save the King”—a change after 70 years of “God Save the Queen.”

This will be the first funeral for a British monarch to take place at the Abbey since the 18th century, and the first-time cameras will be allowed inside any funeral ceremony for a British monarch, for a global coverage.

Order of events:

6:30 a.m. (1:30 a.m. ET): The doors of Westminster Hall at the House of Parliament, close to the public

10:44 a.m. (5:44 a.m. ET): The royal procession leaves from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey, followed by the Royal Family.

10:52 a.m. (5:52 a.m. ET): Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin arrives at the gates of Westminster Abbey and is carried inside.

11 a.m. (6 a.m. ET): The ceremony begins, led by Dean of Westminster David Hoyle.

11:55 a.m. (6:55 a.m. ET): There are two minutes of silence within the Abbey and across the U.K.

Noon (7 a.m. ET): The funeral ends with reveille, the U.K. national anthem (“God Save the King”), and a lament by the queen’s piper. The coffin will go on another procession through the streets of London as Big Ben tolls continuously.

1 p.m. (8 a.m. ET): The coffin arrives at Wellington Arch in London, where it is loaded into a hearse.

3:06 p.m. (10:06 a.m. ET): The state hearse arrives in Windsor.

4 p.m. (11 a.m. ET): The Committal Service begins at St. George’s Chapel, conducted by the Dean of Windsor and ending with a blessing from the Archbishop of Canterbury.

7:30 p.m. (2:30 p.m. ET): Queen Elizabeth II is laid to rest in a private ceremony in King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle. She will be buried with her late husband, Prince Philip.

Based on information of Time Magazine and