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Earls Court Studios provide a excellent base for guests attending events at both the Olympia and Earl’s Court exhibition centres. You can also visit the shops in Kensington and Chelsea, which range from chic boutiques like Gucci to more affordable high street names. Chelsea FC is based locally at Stamford Bridge and you can take a tour of this impressive ground. Hyde Park is only a short bus ride away.
Carlyles House  (1 Mile)*

This Queen Anne house was the home of Thomas Carlyle, the "Sage of Chelsea" for 47 years until his death in 1881.

 
Natural History Museum  (1 Mile)*

Ever stared into the gaping jaws of a Tyrannosaurus rex, felt the devastating power of an earthquake or come face to face with a giant, moving scorpion ? You will when you enter the amazing world of The Natural History Museum.

 
The Victoria and Albert Museum  (1 Mile)*

The V & A has long been established as a leading advocate of contemporary art and design. Born out of the Great Exhibition of 1851, the Museum has evolved into one of the World's most comprehensive and diverse collections of the decorative arts.

 
Science Museum  (1 Mile)*

Situated in Exhibition Road, South Kensington, the Science Museum contains all the wonders of our industrial and technological age.

 
National Army Museum  (1 Mile)*

The National Army Museum has something for everyone. There's so much to see - famous paintings, lifelike models, glittering swords, colourful uniforms.

 
Princess Diana Memorial Fountain  (2 Mile)*

A ground-breaking project in many regards, The Princess Diana Memorial Fountain was opened in 2004 as a permanent, public tribute to the memory of Princess Diana.

 
Apsley House  (2 Mile)*

Apsley House, home of the first Duke of Wellington, is one of the capital's finest residences. Also known as 'Number One London', because it was the first house encountered past the toll-gate into London from the countryside.

 
Royal Mews  (2 Mile)*

The Royal Mews was built by Nash in the 1820's as the Mews for Buckingham Palace. The entrance off Buckingham Palace Road is through a Doric archway surmounted by a clock tower.

 
Buckingham Palace  (2 Mile)*

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the sovereign, and was first opened to the public in 1993.

 
Marble Arch  (2 Mile)*

Marble Arch was designed by John Nash in 1828. Built of white Carrara marble, the design was taken from the triumphal arch of Constantine in Rome.

 
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.
 
   
 
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