Duke of York Square
Duke of York Square, London, SW3 4LY
The King’s Road combines the royal history of its origins with a unique status as birthplace of the 20th century’s most iconic cultural movements. Today it still retains all the glamour and free-spirited fun with a fresh mix of contemporary fashion and art, combined with great food and drink.
The King’s Road dates back to the 17th century, when access along the route was only granted to those carrying a special token bearing the King’s initials. It was made a public thoroughfare in 1830, at a time when the area was becoming settled by artists, creatives and bohemians whose influence and legacy clearly be felt in the character of the Road today. www.kingsroad.co.uk
The nearest underground stations to the King’s Road are Sloane Square, South Kensington and, with step free access, Victoria.
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Parking in the area is very limited and visitors are encouraged to use public transport. The nearest car parks to the King’s Road are Sloane Square Car Park (opens new tab), NCP Cadogan Place (opens new tab), Chelsea Cloisters (opens new tab) and Just Park on Sydney Street (opens new tab).
The changing nature of the King’s Road may mean that the on-street conditions are different to the description on the Access Guides.
You can find all the accessibility information for the area below, under Featured Access Guides.