Reopening on 2nd March 2016
Wednesday - Sunday 11am - 5pm
24 Cheyne Row
0344 800 1895
Carlyle wrote many of his great works and the house played host to many of the great thinkers of the day.
The beautiful home of famed Victorian writer Thomas Carlyle has been turned into a shrine and is now managed by The National Trust and open to the public.
While in Chelsea, Carlyle wrote many of his great works and the house played host to many of the great thinkers of the day, including Tennyson, Thackeray and Charles Darwin and earning Carlyle the nickname ‘The Sage of Chelsea’.
Come and learn more of their remarkable story as you look around this authentic, evocative, very special place. Please note: The House is closed during the Winter months to allow conservation work. It will reopen on 2nd March 2016