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Chelsea and King’s Road

Chelsea and King’s Road

Chelsea and the King’s Road walk takes in some great sites, here is the London Culture Apps 5 favourite things to see around Chelsea.

Chelsea Football Club Museum

Chelsea Museum and Stadium Tour is a must visit for any Chelsea or football fan. Experience the award winning tour and Museum.

Open: Tours: 10 am – 3 pm Tours will depart at least twice an hour.

Price: Stadium Tour & Museum Adult 16+ £22, Child 5-15 £15, Concession £16, Under 5 /Carer Free.

Where is Chelsea Football Club?  Take the train to Fulham Broadway Station in zone 2.

Chelsea Physic Garden

Chelsea Physic Gardens established in 1673 is London’s oldest botanical garden.

Price: Adult £10.50, Children (5-15 years old) £6.95, children under 5 Free. Free guided tours every day.

Where is Chelsea Physic Gardens? Take the train to Sloane Square Station in zone 1.

King’s Road

King’s Road is still one of London’s most stylish and eclectic shopping areas, with a perfect mix of Chic Boutiques, designer labels, high street stores and the Chelsea antiques fair.

Where is the King’s Road? Take the train to Sloane Square Station in zone 1.

The Cross Keys Pub

The Cross Keys Public House established in 1765 was enjoyed by the poet Dylan Thomas (1914-1953).

Where is The Cross Keys? Take the train to Sloane Square Station in zone 1.

Royal Hospital Chelsea

Royal Hospital Chelsea designed by Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723) in 1692 was founded in 1692 by King Charles II (1630-1685), the Chelsea Garden Show has been held there since 1913.

Royal Hospital Museum hall is dedicated to the Duke of Wellington (1769-1852) it features a panorama of the Battle of Waterloo in 1820 by artist George Jones (1786-1869).

Open: Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) from 10 am to 4 pm.

Price: Adult (16+) £10, Child (6-15) £8.

Where is The Royal Hospital Chelsea? Take the train to Sloane Square Station in zone 1.

We hope you enjoy using the London Culture App and enjoy all of the walks especially the Chelsea and King’s Road walk!

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