Overlooked by the Square’s majestic statue of Sir Hans Sloane and brought to you by the Chelsea society, this eagerly awaited exhibition is a great way to learn more about the Royals as HM The Queen celebrates her 90th birthday. Rediscover the majesty of Chelsea and the incredible influence that the Royals have had on the area. From the resident who left his wealth to Queen Victoria and an eventful King’s dinner for the poor held in the Royal Hospital’s grounds to celebrate King Edward VII, find out how Royal heritage makes Chelsea the iconic part of London that it is today. From 13th to 26th June at the Square and open from 11am to 7pm, why not take a moment to learn more about the Royal’s impressive 2,000 year history here?
Our shops have reopened their doors and many of our restaurants’ terraces are open for alfresco dining in the spring sunshine. We want to reassure you that your safety remains paramount, measures are in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.
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