This enticing gallery hosts temporary exhibitions of experimental and thought-provoking work across a variety of media. The white and...
Royal Hospital Chelsea
Designed by Christopher Wren, this superb structure was built in 1692 to provide shelter for ex-servicemen. Since the reign of Charles...
National Army Museum
This museum tells the history of the British army, and its role in past and modern history, from the perspective of its servicemen and...
Royal Court Theatre
Equally renowned for staging innovative new plays and old classics, the Royal Court is among London’s most progressive theatres and has...
A chomping ground for the Chelsea and Pimlico set, with a deli counter, a farmhouse shop and a modernist cafe serving delicious...
51 Pimlico Rd · interesting places nearby
In business for over three decades, this understated Chinese restaurant imaginatively exercises a no-menu policy, so just present your preferences and let the dachu (chef) get cracking. A meal will comprise 12 to 18 small, tapas-style dishes – many with a pronounced Taiwan accent – to encourage a spectrum of flavour and colour. Vegetarian options available.