Providing Convenience to Londoners Since 1892

1800s London sketch

Haines began as a wooden box in the middle of Sloane Square, where our current owner’s great-grandfather started out selling newspapers. Our historic convenience store has been in the family for over 125 years, selling newspapers, magazines, tobacco products, hot and cold beverages, stationery and confectionery.

Our current design is by Thomas Heatherwick, most famous for designing the Olympic Cauldron and the new Routemaster – in fact, our humble kiosk has even been a part of an exhibition at the V&A Museum!

Located in the hub of Chelsea, we’re just one mile from Buckingham Palace and around the corner from the Royal Hospital – pop by and say hello next time you’re in the area! 

Our Products

Owners of Haines of Sloane Square showing their products

We sell everything from drinks and cigarettes to stamps, stationary and even phone chargers. Find out more about what you can buy at Haines of Sloane Square.

Haines in the Media

Woman picking up a newspaper

As the oldest family news kiosk in London, we sometimes feature in the very same news we sell – check out our latest appearances here.