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The Queen’s
Chapel of the Savoy London
Savoy Hill
The Strand
Westminster
London WC2R 0DA
TfL Fare Zone 1
 
 
Some of the outer walls of the chapel date from 1520 but the majority of the building dates from the mid 19th century.
 
In 1890 the chapel was the first to be lit by electricity and was a popular venue for ‘society’ weddings. In 1936 it was made the chapel of The Royal Victorian Order. It is a ‘royal peculiar’ which means it is not controlled by any archbishop but is the Queen’s private chapel.
 
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This lovely little building in the heart of London is open for the general public to visit and attend services.
 
The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy is also the chapel of the Royal Victorian Order, an Order of Chivalry within the Sovereign's personal gift. By The Queen's appointment, the present Chaplain is also Chaplain of the Order.
 
The chapel is maintained by funds from the Duchy of Lancaster and any collections taken are donated to charity.
 
Plan Your Visit
Opening Hours
For details, please refer to the Church website link below.
 
Admission Cost
Free
 
Contact & Further Information
Telephone   +44 (0)2078 367 221
 
Getting There
To find the best way for getting to The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy, visit TfL Journey Planner.
 
The Chapel is located off The Strand in an area roughly bounded by Savoy Street, Savoy Steps and Savoy Hill.
 
- By Underground
Embankment Station     Circle, District, Bakerloo and Northern Lines
Charing Cross Station    Bakerloo & Northern Lines (use Strand Exit)
 
- By Bus
Virtually any bus that travels along the Strand. 
 
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