While many begin by coming to Chelsea for the fashion and the social scene, those in the know understand that the cultural backdrop in Chelsea is just as strong. From classical concerts to jazz nights, with challenging theatre at both ends of the two mile stretch, cutting edge cinema at Curzon and the very best of contemporary art at Saatchi Gallery. The military institutions of the newly revamped National Army Museum and the Royal Hospital sit next to each other on Royal Hospital Road. The botanical gardens of Chelsea Physic Garden are a local idyll and the private Chelsea Arts Club and London Sketch Club are a sight for sore eyes. Chelsea has the variety that makes it one of London's most historic and beautiful neighbourhoods with a vibrant daily life and an eye to the future.
Whether you come by river taxi, private launch, black cab, personal chauffeur, minicab, cycle, motorbike, twin-seater, hot air balloon, off-roader, rollerskates, scooter, tube, bus, walk or even land at the nearby heliport...
...we're ready to welcome everyone from far and near.
Drop by and experience history in the making #seeforyourself
Images courtesy of RBKC Local Studies
For more history take a look at The Library Time Machine