EVERY WEDNESDAY. We will be open to the public again each Wednesday between 11am and 4pm from 9 December. Please enjoy the calm and quiet of the space whilst observing a safe distance from each other.
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.
WEDNESDAY OPEN DAYS
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone again on Wednesday 9 December between 11am and 4pm
DAILY This virtual exhibition, begun by artist Tom Croft, showcases portraits of NHS staff, created during the current crisis. It incorporates work by 15 artists, all members of the Contemporary British Portrait Painters.
EVERY DAY Take our virtual tour and enjoy the chapel from the comfort of home. Click on points in the room to read historical facts about the space and how it is being used today.
Take a virtual tour inside the chapel and explore our history, culture and stunning architecture.
“The most beautiful room in London you probably didn’t know about”
A jewel of a building
The word ‘exquisite’ is used often at the Fitzrovia Chapel. The reason for this is because it has a breathtaking beauty that is so surprising to us, and goes beyond what we had expected – it was an exquisite place in a working hospital.
Meet the chapel team
The people behind the chapel are a dedicated group from all walks of life. What binds them together is their love of this unique space and belief in its place in the cultural life of Fitzrovia.
Volunteer with us
Would you like to become part of chapel life and help preserve our beautiful building for generations to come? Do you have skills to share and time to commit? Please get in touch.
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