West London's luxury shopping destination: designer boutiques, bars and independent restaurants
"Chelsea's streets are great to wander around and admire the stunning architecture!"Hayley Thomas
"It's always worth a visit to the Saatchi Gallery - it's free and the exhibitions often showcase some weird and wonderful art."Amit Sharma
"Connecting Battersea and Chelsea, you can look out from Battersea Bridge towards desirable Chelsea Embankment."William Campbell
Where do Kings Road locals go?
Tapas-style appetisers, game dishes and a rustic interior - an excellent restaurant for lunch and dinner with friends and family.
Submitted by Jamie
A must on a nice summer's evening, this beautiful restaurant serves delicious European dishes in stunning surroundings.
Submitted by Alex
Chelsea Physic Garden
A must for anyone interested in botanics and horticulture. They put on lots of workshops throughout the year and there's a fantastic Christmas fair too.
Submitted by Daniel
In Duke of York Square Monday to Sunday, Startisans is a hub for start-up food stalls specialising in quirky, imaginative meals.
Submitted by Clodagh
Luxurious leather goods with a very high price tag, but perfect for special occasions and treats.
Submitted by Simon
This Tuscan restaurant in Chelsea is the real deal! The food is traditional and authentic and there's a cute covered patio area too.
Submitted by Beth
While you're having your locks groomed in this upmarket salon, there's an excellent coffee and takeaway menu available from Eight over Eight!
Submitted by Felicity
The newest gourmet burger joint on King's Road - great for an indulgent but fast lunch. Don't miss out on the mac 'n' cheese!
Submitted by Andrew
Chelsea Farmers' Market
A collection of shops and restaurants catering for a range of palates, it's the place to be on a sunny afternoon.
Submitted by Clodagh
A family-run butchers selling not only meats, but deli items, cheeses and condiments.
Submitted by Arthur
Overlooking Sloane Square, this chic restaurant also has a well stocked bar where they serve classic and adventurous cocktails.
Submitted by Daisy
Duke of York Square
Watching Wimbledon on a sunny day in Duke of York Square is a great way to pass the day! There is also a market every Saturday selling upmarket, handmade products and food.
Submitted by Hayley
The perfect place to pick up a gift for the women in your life - classic handbags and luxurious accessories.
Submitted by Simon
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Did you know?
"One of the largest private houses built in London was Crosby Hall - frequented by amongst others, Sir Thomas More and Sir Walter Raleigh. It was originally sited in the Royal Mile, however in 1910 it was moved brick by brick to Cheyne Walk in Chelsea after the Bank of India wanted to use the original site for its offices."
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Child-friendly activities near Kings Road
Baby and Toddler SwimChelsea Leisure Centre
We provide a gentle introduction to baby swimming in a playful, fun and safe environment with a progression that will develop natural swimming skills. Website
Story TimeChelsea Library
Story Time is a free library program for children 2 to 5 years old accompanied by a parent or caregiver. The format operates on a drop-in basis. Stories are followed by songs and a craft activity. Website
Music and Movement ClassesPippa’s Poppets
We use music to enhance physical and emotional development and playing percussion instruments introduces rhythm and coordination at an early age. Website
Stay'n Play. Local mum says: One of our favourite activities. Super spacious room. They provide free lunch every Wednesday. They also do singing and crafts there. Fantastic place.
Music classes for children. ""Love this classes. My daughter is enjoying live guitar music and nice singing.
Gentle + fun! kids yoga classes at triyogaBeaufort House
Yoga is for everyone - you're never too young (or too old) to start. Kids yoga classes are a wonderful way to increase children's co-ordination self-awareness confidence and self esteem while they stretch and strengthen their bodies. Using yoga children can learn to relax concentrate and be gentle in a fun and creative environment. Website
Cheyne Children's CentreCheyne Children's Centre
Cheyne Children's Centre offers a warm and welcoming environment for children under five years old and even has a sensory room for babies. We offer a wide range of resources and fun activities for children and members of their family. The children's centre works in partnership with other services in the community such as health housing social care schools voluntary and community organisations. Through these partnerships we are able to offer drop-in services support services training opportunities and information/advice sessions. Please book in advance when requesting use of the sensory room. Please contact the children's centre directly on Tel. 020 7349 1650 to find out what services are currently available. We are open for daycare and early education throughout the year (excluding bank holiday's) from 8am- 5.45pm. Website
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- South Kensington
- Sloane Square
- Imperial Wharf
- Earls Court
- Nine Elms
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