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Top bookstore recommendations from locals

Science Museum
“Amazing building and with great exhibits all year round. enjoy the ice rink in the winter and the butterfly garden in the spring. ”
  • 471 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Great museum to visit for the Arts, culture, fashion, architecture and many more.”
  • 447 locals recommend
Science Museum
“The Science Museum is a major museum on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, London. It was founded in 1857 and today is one of the city's major tourist attractions, attracting 3.3 million visitors annually.”
  • 277 locals recommend
“Battersea Park is a 200-acre green space at Battersea in the London Borough of Wandsworth in London. It is situated on the south bank of the River Thames opposite Chelsea and was opened in 1858. The park occupies marshland reclaimed from the Thames and land formerly used for market gardens.”
  • 337 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Must visit for Art lovers. Enjoy the exhibits and spend some time in Duke of York Square for dining and shopping.”
  • 195 locals recommend
Place to shop
“Shopping is the King's Road's obsession – here you'll find an eclectic mix of trendy boutiques, unique labels, designer shops and high-street staples, alongside a vast array of cafes and eateries. Also home to the Saatchi Gallery.”
  • 141 locals recommend
“European food and cocktails in smart spot with monochrome floor tiles, feature lighting and terrace”
  • 103 locals recommend
“Square in the middle of Chelsea which leads to King's Road, Sloane Street and Victoria. Large John Lewis known locally as Peter Jones. Make sure to check out the lights if around at Christmas time!”
  • 86 locals recommend
“The Ivy Chelsea Garden offers tranquil al fresco dining all year around with an extensive terrace and garden. ”
  • 64 locals recommend
“Simple Modern British food served at tables or the bar in this airy, all-day Chelsea restaurant. ”
  • 43 locals recommend
Department Store
“A firm favourite amongst the locals, Peter Jones is John Lewis's Chelsea department store. Take the 137 from Battersea Park in the direction of Oxford Circus and get off at Sloane Square. Or enjoy the walk over Chelsea Bridge. ”
  • 52 locals recommend
“Pizza, pasta and unfussy meat and seafood dishes in an industrial space with brick walls and sofas. Great place to grab some drinks as well. ”
  • 46 locals recommend
“English pub with a nice/young vibe. Look around, Hugh Grant lives close by...”
  • 29 locals recommend
“Who wouldn't enjoy a whole roast cow?! The Sunday roast at The Orange is certainly generously sized...”
  • 43 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Part of the Corbin and King Portfolio. Inspired by the great boulevard cafés of Paris, Colbert is an informal neighbourhood rendezvous on Sloane Square. Proudly positioned in the heart of Chelsea, it offers a classic Parisian all-day café menu and is equally popular for a pre- or post-theatre drink. With pavement tables at which to watch the world to go by on warmer days, Colbert is open from breakfast until late, seven days a week.”
  • 39 locals recommend
“Great option for a rainy day, catch a film in what was The Forum Theatre in 1930, designed by architect J. Stanley Beard. Interiors have been modernised, and the Compton organ is long gone, but a fave of ours nonetheless.”
  • 19 locals recommend