Why we love Chelsea

Things to do for kids in chelsea

Chelsea is a well-known neighbourhood, with great shopping, colourful houses, and river views, this area is one of the city’s most desirable.
There are plenty of cool cafes and places to eat, amazing little hidden gems, and great entertainment for all ages.

Chelsea’ most famous street is The King’s road. You can find some of the most amazing independent and boutique shops, as well as cafes and restaurants. If you have a sweet tooth, you will not be able to resist! Their window displays are simply amazing.

There are nice outdoors places to go for a stroll like the Chelsea physic garden, nestled behind walls and positioned close to the River Thames. It is London’s oldest botanic garden and contains a unique living collection of around 5,000 different edible, useful and medicinal plants that have changed the world. Chelsea Embankment pathway can be quite peaceful too.

Around spring, the Chelsea Flower Show and Chelsea in Bloom bring this part of London alive with colour and blossoms. They take over the entire Chelsea neighbourhood with floral decorations and displays, bringing a scent of magic to everyone.

And to take energy out of the little ones, try these playgrounds: St Luke’s Playground, Battersea Park (which also has a zoo), and Westfield Park.

You can easily access the culture in this neighbourhood. Victoria and Albert Museum, The Natural History Museum, and the Science Museum not only are educational outings but they are also interactive and fun!

And for an evening out, Royal Court Theatre doesn’t disappoint!

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