Address: Chelsea Embankment SW3
Pleasant gardens alongside the busy Chelsea Embankment with spring and summer bedding, trees, shrubs and grass areas. The Bridge gardens provide pleasing surroundings whilst walking alongside the Thames. Near the Chelsea Embankment Gardens outside Chelsea Old Church a statue of St Thomas More can be found in St Thomas More Gardens.
These small gardens at the feet of the bridges were created after the Thames was embanked by Sir Joseph Bazalgette in 1869-74. Chelsea Embankment was officially opened in May 1874 by Lieutenant Col Sir James MacNaughton Hogg, Chairman of the Metropolitan Board of Works.