The beautiful late-Victorian church of Holy Trinity, Sloane Square was described by Sir John Betjeman as the “Cathedral of the Arts & Crafts Movement”. Built in the late 1880s to a striking design by John Dando Sedding, it contains architectural treasures by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones.
The entrance to Holy Trinity is on Sloane Street, a 2 minute walk from Sloane Square tube station. On-street parking is strictly controlled. The nearest car park is a 6 minute walk away in Cadogan Place, off Pont Street.