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Royal Hospital Chelsea
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National Army Museum
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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...
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Duke of York's HQ, King's Rd · interesting places nearby
Saatchi Gallery information
This enticing gallery hosts temporary exhibitions of experimental and thought-provoking work across a variety of media. The white and sanded bare-floorboard galleries are magnificently presented, but save some wonder for Gallery 15, where Richard Wilson’s 20:50 is on permanent display. Mesmerising, impassive and ineffable, it's a riveting tour de force. A cool shop chips in on the first floor.