Rub shoulders with the social elite on the Made in Chelsea Locations Tour. Visit the filming locations that have been the scenes of countless dramas and exclusive parties.
Whether it’s a must-watch or a guilty pleasure, Made in Chelsea has enthralled huge devoted audiences since it first aired in 2011. With romance, back-stabbing, and the occasional brawl, it has invited the world to observe this small pocket of England. Now you can take the experience one step further and explore the TV show’s home for yourself. Walk Chelsea’s streets, stop off in its trendy bars, and maybe even run into some of its on-screen personalities!
Start your tour in Sloane Square, the epicentre of the Made in Chelsea world.
From here you can see many of the backdrops that feature throughout the TV series. From here you’ll travel down King’s Road. This busy shopping street has been at the centre of some of the most famous Made in Chelsea scenes. Like Jamie and Spencer’s conversation about Binky outside of Joe’s Juice.
While you journey between the recognisable landmarks and locations, your guide will be on-hand to provide you with all you need to know about the area. They’ll share behind-the-scenes anecdotes and help you to re-live the famous scenes filmed on these streets.
You’ll also get to see the offices of Jamie’s successful confectionary business. The grandson of the inventor of the digestive biscuit, Jamie’s Candy Kittens follow in his family’s footsteps.
Afterwards, you’ll drop into The Phene. This popular Chelsea bar is owned by Lucy Watson’s dad, and was regularly used for filming while she starred on the TV show. Here you’ll be able to grab a drink and hang out with some of the locals. There’s even a special Made in Chelsea cocktail that’s only available here.
There are plenty of other trendy establishments to see too!
Like Flora Indica, the Indian restaurant where Binky made her big announcement at the start of season 13. There’s also Maggie’s Club, with its 80s theme, and The Jam Tree, where Toff likes to get a hot chocolate. The Botanist is also a regular location throughout the show. This Sloane Square bar boasts an extensive menu that even features a Made in Chelsea smoothie.
The final stop on the Made in Chelsea Locations Tour is the Bluebird Cafe. A regular feature on the TV show, it has been the stage for many dates, flirtations and arguments. You never know, maybe you’ll even see one of your favourite cast members enjoying a meal.