Find Us Map - Royal Hospital ChelseaThe Royal Hospital Chelsea is easily accessible by road and by public transport.

Address:
Royal Hospital Chelsea
Royal Hospital Road, London.
SW3 4SR (open in Google Maps)

Visitor Hours:
General site access: 10.00-17.00 daily (Closed 25th and 26th December)
Great Hall: 10:00 - 16:00 daily (Please note that the Great Hall is closed between 12.00 and 14.00 for the Chelsea Pensioners' lunch)
Wren Chapel: 10:00 - 16:00 Mon to Sat (See our Sunday and special Chapel Services for other times)
The Coffee Shop: 10:00 - 16:30 daily
The Gift Shop and Post Office: 10:00 - 17:00 - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10:00 - 16:00 - Wednesday (Closed for lunch daily at 12:30 - 13:30). See our Christmas Opening hours here.
Museum: 10:00 - 16:00 Monday to Friday only (Closed from Sunday 22nd December and reopens 6th January 2020)

By Train
The nearest London Underground station is Sloane Square on the District or Circle Lines.
The nearest Overground station is Victoria.

By Bus
Service 170 from Victoria & Roehampton stops right outside the Hospital.
Bus Services 11, 137, 211, 360 & 452 all stop a short walk from the Hospital.

Parking
There is limited on-street parking in the roads surrounding the Hospital and resident parking schemes in force throughout the area. Closest public car parks are located by Cheltenham Terrace, Chelsea or Cumberland Street, Pimlico.

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Deborah Sturdy - Director of Health & Wellbeing
Director of Health & Wellbeing appointed advisor to Chief Nursing Officer

England’s most senior nurse has appointed the lead on health and wellbeing for Chelsea Pensioners as her advisor on improving support for care home nurses.

Lt. General Tyrone Urch CBE
Lieutenant General Urch and his team on how the British Army is changing for the better

On 16th January Lieutenant General Tyrone Urch and some of his team delivered a fascinating talk to a group of Chelsea Pensioners and staff members, including our Governor, General Sir Adrian Bradshaw.

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