The Charterhouse

Charterhouse Square

The story begins in 1348 during the Black Death, when the land was used as a burial ground for victims of plague. In 1371, the Charterhouse was built – a Carthusian monastery, which flourished throughout the later medieval and early Tudor period.

The Charterhouse provides an extraordinary range of rooms for a selected number of receptions, dinners and other private functions each year in one of the most interesting buildings in London.

The Charterhouse, Charterhouse Square, London EC1M 6AN
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Open Tues - Sun: 11am to 5.20pm (Closed 23-27 December and 1 January) Nearest Tubes: Barbican Farringdon