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Fitzrovia Chapel

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About Fitzrovia Chapel

A richly decorated former hospital chapel which was saved when the hospital closed, and is now open to visit in a modern office development.

The Grade II*-listed Fitzrovia Chapel, once the chapel of the former Middlesex Hospital and now beautifully preserved and restored, is a stunning hidden gem in the heart of the city. Never consecrated, the nineteenth century chapel, a charitable foundation, is a luminous place to get married, display a beautiful object, steep yourself in history and architecture or just sit and reflect.


Fitzrovia Chapel,
Fitzroy Place,
2 Pearson Square,

Ticket prices

The chapel is free to visit.

Prices last checked February 2024.

Link to Fitzrovia Chapel's website

Opening Hours

The chapel is open most Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 11am and 6pm and one Sunday a month (12 noon to 5pm).

Check their What's On page for specific dates if you are planning your visit.

Opening hours checked February 2024.


The chapel is fully accessible to people who use a wheelchair. Th chapel is on one floor, and although there is a step outside the chapel they have a ramp. For full accessibility information, please click here.
What's the nearest railway station to Fitzrovia Chapel

The nearest station is Goodge Street Tube Station which is 0.2 miles away.



Exhibitions opening soon

The Witch Burns
Works by some of the leading names in contemporary art are being displayed at Fitzrovia Chapel in an exploration of witchcraft, womanhood, feminism and satire.
Open from Wed 3rd July to Fri 12th July
The Witch Burns

Forthcoming events

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