Discover a tranquil world of art, fashion & history

Visit, film, exhibit, wonder, marry, celebrate, record, listen, show,  be. 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 is a luminous place to get married, display a beautiful object, steep yourself in history and architecture or just sit and reflect.

We’re now open most Wednesdays from 11am to 7pm. If you’d like to volunteer at the chapel on a Wednesday for a few hours a month, please drop us a line.

EXHIBITION: 11 MAY – 5 JUNE

Lee Miller: Nurses

12 images of nurses during World War II by the iconic photographer Lee Miller

WHAT’S ON

Exhibitions & Events

Open Day

Open Day

MOST WEDNESDAYS. We are open to the public most Wednesdays between 11am and 7pm. It's free to come in.

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Take a virtual tour inside the chapel and explore our history, culture and stunning architecture.

VENUE HIRE

A Gorgeous Space for all Occasions

Are you looking for the perfect space to get married, hold a talk, show your collection, launch a book or exhibit your art? The word ‘unique’ is overused. However, with its ornate Byzantine interior, soft light through stained glass windows and mosaic floors, the chapel is just that. It is a place like no other. And in these challenging times, we want to reassure you that if  coronavirus restrictions prevent your wedding or other event from going ahead as planned, we will help you to reschedule your chapel hire at no extra cost. That’s a promise. We’re on your side.

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    “The most beautiful room in London you probably didn’t know about”

    The Telegraph

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    The Fitzrovia Chapel Foundation is a charity established to preserve the building for future generations and to make it available for community and cultural activities.

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