Royal Chelsea Exhibition
In Chelsea you always walk in the footsteps of kings and queens.
At Royal Chelsea exhibition held by The Chelsea Society you can explore the history dating back to the days of Mercian King Offa in 785. You will find a fascinating miscellany of facts and stories and even royal rumours that spam many centuries. Learn about kings and queens, royal mistresses and physicians, Henry VIII 's manor house, The Royal Hospital founded by Charles II, King's Road and Royal Avenue... Discover artists who painted kings and a photographer who was given an exclusive access to royal family. Learn about the boy who milked the cows for Queen Victoria ' s morning cup of tea. Read about an eccentric miser who left a fortune to Queen Victoria. Those are just a few of many fascinating stories waiting for you at this free exhibition. Don't miss the interactive map which provides further information and beautifully complements the information boards. Finally, enter a prize draw to win a Royal Chelsea hamper courtesy of Partridge.
till 26th June 2016
11am - 7pm daily
Duke of York Square,
King's Road SW
The exhibition poster by Luke Martineau
Royal Map by Sarah Brainwood