Royal Hospital Chelsea, London

About Royal Hospital Chelsea, London

Royal Hospital Chelsea, London - Address, Phone Number

Address: Royal Hospital Rd, London SW3 4SR, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2078815204

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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Royal Hospital Chelsea offers you an unparalleled experience in terms of the feel good factor. This hospital actually houses around 300 british retired soldiers. It has a very interesting history. It was made by King Charles II back in the year 1682. The intention behind making it was basically to house injured or retired soldiers. Today, it welcomes thousands of visitors daily. It is a great attraction to visit and find out about the royal history as first hand accounts.

Royal Hospital Chelsea Ticket Prices

  • Conducted tours are arranged for which charge is made.

How To reach Royal Hospital Chelsea by Public Transport

  • By Metro: From tube station, turn left down Lower Sloane St until you reach the junction of Lower Sloane St and Royal Hospital Rd. Turn right into Royal Hospital Rd to reach the Royal hospital chelsea.

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  • Lovely buildings and surroundings. Pub and shop on site. Parking available. The pensioners are lovely

  • Lovely place to visit, particularly on special occasions, when the old soldiers wear their red. V good café on-site.

  • A real honour to visit the old soldiers as always. RHC is steeped in history, with astounding buildings and historical items. Fantastic!

  • Incredible place and very friendly staff. Beautiful gardens and place to walk around

  • I had the pleasure of attending an awards event here, and what a wonderful place! Fully accessible for any disability with extremely helpful people on hand to make sure you get to where you're going. Stunning buildings, art, architecture and furnishings. We had a wonderful evening!

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