Go and Explore
Books have been written in and about the Café over the past 50 years, the Club has had many now famous faces on its larger, well-lit stage including Adele, Jack Peñate, Ed Sheeran and more, while Coffee House Poetry continues in its 19th consecutive year. What has come to pass within these walls and on this land is extraordinary, and the future looks bright as the Troubadour continues to be a furnace of creativity.
Gardens: Chelsea Physic Garden
Tucked away beside the Thames and a short walk from My Chelsea, Chelsea Physic Garden is a celebration of the beauty and importance of plants. The oldest botanical garden in London, it was founded in 1673 for the purpose of training specialists for plant identification. Nowadays, it is one of the most important centres of botany in the world.
American fashion favourite opened its 4th London location on Sloane Square - a fashionable stone's throw from My Chelsea. Stop here for smart fashion favourites and timeless staples. Tucked away on the top left corner of Sloane Square, its only a 7-8 minute walk from My Chelsea - stop off and top up.
Shopping: Jeff de Bruges
At Jeff de Bruges, imagination rules. Not machines! Every original recipe is the result of a delicate balance of careful execution, the right mix of ingredients and daily quality control. They invest all their know-how to please chocolate lovers! They constantly explore new flavours to surprise you with fresh ideas!
JOSEPH modernised women. As the sixties drew to a close, Casablanca-born Joseph Ettedgui imagined a revolution in the way we buy fashion and so created a conceptual boutique to discover new ideas and new designers. JOSEPH—the label, the brand—is again a focus for creativity, somewhere to find inspiration.
Eating & Drinking: The Builders Arms
A hidden delight just a short distance from the Kings Road but in another world entirely. Enjoy fine food, fine ales and fine wine in a setting which is homely yet modern with that indefinable Chelsea feel. A must for visitors to My Chelsea who want a traditional English pub with a twist!
Gallery: The Saatchi Gallery
This gallery is unique. Opened in 1985 by Charles Saatchi, it aims to exhibit contemporary artwork from unknown artists around the world. The collections vary and change from Russian contemporary installations to watchmaking presentations. Currently the gallery is exhibiting art from Africa and Latin America. The entry is free and the art is unusual so there is no reason not to stop by this fascinating museum.
Eating & Drinking: The Trafalgar
Set amidst the bustle of the Kings Road, The Trafalgar is a sanctuary of calm and understated elegance, with a drinks list longer than a Harrods sale queue, only infinitely more satisfying. The vibrant interiors combine original features with a dash of glamour, presenting plenty of intimate corners to escape to.
Fashion: Trilogy Stores
At Trilogy they understand how hard it can be to find the perfect pair of jeans. They pride ourselves in providing a relaxed and enjoyable denim experience where their friendly staff will offer expert advise on the fit and style that's right for you. An extensive range of brands, there's something for everyone.