Chelsea & Fulham


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The King's Road, named for Charles II, was origianlly the King's private road from St. James Palace through Chelsea & Fulham to Hampton Court At the eastern end of the street is Sloane Square, at the western end Fulham Broadway. Chelsea's modern reputation in Victorian England was as a veritable Victorian artists' colony, home of Oscar Wilde, John Singer Sargeant and Jonathan Swift. Agaiin in the 60’s it was one of the centers of Swinging London!

Within Blocks

  • Chelsea Harbour Pier
  • Chelsea Antique Market
  • Designers Guild Home Store
  • Cultural Connections
  • Led Zeppelin headquarters for Swan Song Records at 484 King's Road
  • First Starbucks in Britain on the Kings Road1999
  • Worlds End – Kings Road location for Vivienne Westwood’s Punk boutique

Nearest Stations

  • Fulham Broadway (District Line)
  • Sloane Square (Circle & District Lines)

Nearby Shopping

  • Chelsea Harbour Design Centre
  • Antique & Specialty Shops on the Kings Road