Chelsea Playground


The very first adventure playground for Disabled Children, Chelsea was opened in 1970. Run by the national charity KIDS, the playground remains inclusive (giving priority to children with disabilities and their siblings) and innovative – a great example is the playground’s therapy dogs, Wispa and Honey, and Buddy the Tortoise! Costs for sessions vary, contact the playground to discuss eligibility.


Royal Hospital Grounds Royal Hospital Road London SW3 4SR
Phone Number
0207 352 6959
Run by
KIDS charity
Opening Hours
Saturdays, 10:00 to 16:00 During school holidays the service is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 to 16:00 Can open on other days by special arrangement.
A wide range of equipment including soft play, zip wires, sensory rooms, nest swings, climbing frames, tree houses, bikes and trailers. They are all securely fenced, providing a safe environment where children can explore freely
Age Range
5-19 years
Buses / Tube & Rail Station
Buses: 44, 137, 452 Tube/Train: Queenstown Road, Battersea Park, Sloane Square