Hospital in Charterhouse was originally a Carthusian Priory
(1371-1538). After a period as a private Tudor mansion, it became, in
1611, a school and an almshouse.
Wesley was a scholar at the school between 1714 and 1720 before he
continued his education at Christ Church, Oxford. A plaque and a statue
commemorating him can be found in Chapel Cloister.
School moved to Godalming in Surrey in 1872 and today Sutton's Hospital
is home for the Brothers of Charterhouse, a community of 40+ retired
single elderly men.
In early 2017 the Charterhouse opened its doors to the public for the first time in its 660 year history.Admission
The Charterhouse museum is free to visit.
are two different tours available to those wish to explore the historic
site, a standard one hour professional guide led tour (£10 per person),
and a longer tour led by one of the resident Brothers (£15 per person).
Please see our website for booking information (http://www.thecharterhouse.org/visit-us/book-a-tour/) or phone 0203 818 8873.
Anglican. Sunday: 9.45am Holy Communion - sermons are preached on Principal Feasts;
Monday–Saturday: 8.00am Morning Prayer
5.30pm Evening Prayer;
Holy Days and Saints
Days: In addition to Morning and Evening
Prayer, Holy Communion is celebrated, either
in the Chapel at 9.45am or in St Bruno's Chapel,
Queen Elizabeth II Infirmary, at 11.00am.
London EC1M 6AN
The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11am with last admission at 4.45pm.
worship services are open to the public. Also a programme of evening
Musical Tours is offered – see website for details and cost.
Clerk to the Brothers
Tel: 020 7253 9503
Researchers interested in the school's history may also contact the school archivist: email@example.com or the Honorary Archivist of Sutton's Hospital firstname.lastname@example.org
Or see www.thecharterhouse.org
Getting there [TQ318819]
Tube: nearest station Barbican (Farringdon over/underground nearby)
Bus: Buses stop on Aldersgate Street, near Carthusian Street.
Vehicles enter Charterhouse via the car park in Charterhouse Square,
leading from Carthusian Street. Metered parking is available in
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