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Places of Interest

BonhamsBonhams Auctioneers

Beautiful Churches: Armenian Church, St Lukes Church, Chelsea Old Church  

Carlyle's HouseCarlyle's House : The home of a Victorian celebrity couple, once the hub of Victorian literary society, Dickens, Tennyson and Ruskin were regular visitors, shrine to the memory of Carlyle
Chelsea Farmers Market : a collection of designer outlets, just off the Kings Road.
Chelsea FCChelsea Football Ground : Fulham Road 

Chelsea Harbour Design Centre for aspiring artists and the country's growing army of would-be interior designers. The Centre with its eighty showrooms bills itself as "the permanent European trade centre for the Interior Design industry specialising in fabrics, furniture, lighting, wall coverings, kitchens, bathrooms and bathroom accessories, floor coverings, carpets, rugs and decorative accessories."

Chelsea Physic Garden : Situated in the heart of London, this 'Secret Garden' is a centre of education, beauty and relaxation. Founded in 1673 by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, it continues to research the properties, origins and conservation of over 5000 plant species.
Earls CourtEarls Court Exhibition Centre
The Heatherley School of Fine ArtThe Heatherley School of Fine Art
Kensington & Chelsea College : Offering courses for adults, have two of their campuses within SW10. Hortensia Road deals in art studios and computer suites, while Park Walk Centre's speciality is sculpture
National Army MuseumThe National Army Museum
Natural History MuseumNatural History Museum
Queens ClubQueens Club
River Thames -3 River Thames - 4 River Thames - 1 River Thames -2River Thames
Royal Albert HallRoyal Albert Hall
Saatchi GallerySaatchi Gallery
Science MuseumScience Museum
Society of AuthorsThe Society of Authors
The Victoria & Albert MuseumThe Victoria & Albert Museum