Discover a tranquil world of art, fashion & history

Visit, film, exhibit, wonder, marry, celebrate, record, listen, show, dine, 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 have a secular wedding, display a beautiful object, steep yourself in history and architecture or just sit and reflect.

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Exhibitions & Events

First 2020 Open Day

First 2020 Open Day

5 FEBRUARY 11:00 Join us for our first open day of 2020. Between 11:00 and 16:00, the chapel will be open for visitors to learn about our history, enjoy the meditative calm of the space and find something new and surprising.

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Fund our Floor

Fund our Floor

Parts of the chapel's incredibly beautiful mosaic floor have come loose and urgently require specialist attention. We really need to make sure the intricate design is preserved for generations to come. Could you please help us raise £5,000 to do this?

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Open Day

Open Day

EVERY WEDNESDAY (EXCEPT JANUARY 2020). The chapel is open each Wednesday between 11:00 and 16:00 for quiet contemplation and reflection. It is also an opportunity to view the beautiful design and architecture and find out about our history. Entry is free and everyone is welcome.

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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.

“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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