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Chelsea Adventure Playground

A hidden gem in London, offering a secure and closed-access playground for fun & stimulating play.

Who is it for?

Children and young people with special needs and disabilities, and their siblings or friends.

When does it run?

See timetable below

How much does it cost?

Costs vary. Contact us for more information.

How to access the service

Contact us to find out if your child is eligible to attend.


Chelsea Adventure Playground, Royal Hospital, Royal Hospital Road, London SW3 4SR

About this service

At Chelsea Adventure Playground we have soft play, zip wires, sensory rooms, nest swings, climbing frames, treehouses, bikes, and trailers. And to top it off, they’re all safe within secure fencing, providing a safe space where children can explore freely.

Supported by our dedicated and trained staff, we’re all about making sure every child at the playground has equal access to all the fun. All whilst keeping our Chelsea Adventure Playground child-led and child-centred. That means the they take charge and decide when, how, and what they want to play with. This sense of ownership empowers them to make choices, build friendships, and, most importantly, have a great time!

At Chelsea Adventure Playgrounds, we’re not just about play; we’re about creating memorable moments, building friendships, and fostering independence. We hope you’ll come and join us!

DayTerm timeSchool holidays
TueClosed10.00am – 4.00pm
WedClosed10.00am – 4.00pm
ThuClosed10.00am – 4.00pm
Sat10.00am – 4.00pmClosed

Meet Honey and Wispa!

There’s something special about Chelsea Playground: we have two fantastic four-legged team members, Honey and Wispa. These two gentle dogs have a positive impact on the children that visit. Research has shown that animals, especially dogs, can have therapeutic benefits for children with autism. They also help to teach children responsibility and empathy.

Of course, we take safety very seriously when Honey and Wispa are around. And we always ask parents and carers whether their children can interact with the dogs. If not, we ensure the dogs don’t visit when their child is on-site.

Two honey coloured dogs, one sitting and one standing on a bright wooden floor.

Contact this service

The best way to contact this service is to use the form below. Alternatively, you can reach us by phone or email.

Phone: 0207 352 6959

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