Local Attractions

Pubs and Bars

There are many “Pubs & Bars’ in the area. The nearest are “The Sporting Page” in Camera Place and “The Goat” on the corner of Park Walk and Fulham Road.

A web search will give reviews of many other Chelsea pubs.


This is the spiritual home of London’s diners. More restaurants congregate in this tiny postcode than anywhere else in the capital, and the quality and range of food available in the border territory between Chelsea and Fulham would grace any city in the world.

Wine Bar

Try Hollywood Road.


The Royal Court on Sloan Square, one of London’s premier theatres, is a 20-minute walk. The London Theatre website is the premier source for London theatre tickets, discount tickets, theatre breaks and dinner and show packages for London west end musicals, plays and comedies.


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Art Galleries and Museums

The London Guide to Art Galleries

The Michael Hoppen Gallery, on Jubilee Place off Kings Road and the renowned Saatchi Gallery at Sloan Square are both a short walk away. The Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the V&A are in South Kensington.


Budokwai : this is the oldest judo club in Europe, founded in 1918, and now expanded to offer aikido, karate and ju-jitsu.

Anytime Fitness on Fulham Road beside Boots : this gym is open 24/7/365, with friendly staff, an extensive range of equipment, many classes and good showers. It is less expensive than the Virgin club.

Virgin Active Healthclub : all the latest Technogym equipment, a wide range of innovative aerobics classes, Heaven V beauty facilities, swimming pool, a separate ladies gym, a club room, luxurious spa facilities, personal training.

The Chelsea Club : generally regarded as London’s finest health club for adults, combines first class facilities and services with space, style and a friendly relaxed atmosphere. A creche facility opened in January 2010.


Guide to the Kings Road