Carlyle's House - Opening hours, Address, Ticket Prices, What's On

Carlyle's House


About the Carlyle's House

Hidden in the quiet back streets of Chelsea is the home of Thomas and Jane Carlyle.

A twist of fate turned Carlyle into a star of the 19th-century literary world.

The house was opened to the public in 1895, just fourteen years after Carlyle's death.

It is preserved as it was when the Carlyles lived there and is a good example of a middle class Victorian home.

Address

Carlyle's House,
24 Cheyne Row,
Chelsea,
London,
SW3 5HL

Admission Charges

Adults 
£6.00
Children 
£3.00
Families 
£15.00

Link to Carlyle's House's website

Carlyle's House Opening Hours

This Week

Sun
19th May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 
Mon
20th May
Closed
 
Tues
21st May
Closed
 
Wed
22nd May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 
Thur
23rd May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 
Fri
24th May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 
Sat
25th May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 

Next Week

Sun
26th May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 
Mon
27th May
Closed
 
Tues
28th May
Closed
 
Wed
29th May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 
Thur
30th May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 
Fri
31st May
11:00am - 4:30pm
 
Sat
1st Jun
11:00am - 4:30pm
 

Forthcoming events at Carlyle's House

In this talk, Lee Jackson reveals the peculiar and salacious history of Chelsea’s infamous Cremorne Gardens.
 Thursday, 6th Jun: 7pm to 8:15pm
 
2019-06-06
2019-06-06

Carlyle's House Map


Nearby Venues

1. Chelsea Physic Garden
2. National Army Museum
3. Natural History Museum
4. Victoria and Albert Museum
5. Science Museum
6. Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum
7. The Royal Mews
8. Wellington Arch
9. Apsley House
10. The Queen's Gallery
11. The Design Museum
12. Kensington Palace
13. 18 Stafford Terrace
14. Guards Museum
15. Leighton House Museum

16. Tate Britain
17. Spencer House
18. Churchill War Rooms
19. Royal Institution (inc Faraday Museum)
20. Jewel Tower
21. Fulham Palace
22. Handel House Museum
23. Mall Galleries
24. Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)
25. Household Cavalry Museum
26. British Council London
27. Banqueting House
28. Canada House Gallery
29. Wallace Collection
30. National Gallery