The Royal Hospital Chelsea was founded in 1682 by King Charles II as a home for soldiers who were unfit for further duty because of injury or old age. At the start of the 21st Century The Royal Hospital still continues to provide a caring, comfortable and secure environment, with excellent medical facilities for some 350 old soldiers. This is carried out with a semi-military ethos and within buildings and grounds that form a significant part of the National heritage.

Address:The Royal Hospital Chelsea,
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