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House and Gardens Tour

10:45 - 11:45: Garden Tour 

Led by Head Gardener Kate Robinson and one of the Brothers, this is a rare opportunity to enter the enchanting secret gardens of the Charterhouse. Hidden away for more than 650 years, the Charterhouse gardens are now revealed in all their glory. An oasis of calm and great beauty where a collection of courtyard gardens gradually unfold, cleverly reflecting different moods and providing colour and interest throughout the seasons. 

12:00 - 13:00: House Tour

Led by a professional guide, see the highlights of the Charterhouse, taking in the evocative remnants of the medieval monastery and the courtyards of the opulent Tudor mansion. Discover Thomas Sutton’s charity and life at the Charterhouse today in these historic surroundings, including the Great Hall where the Brothers sit together to eat their meals.

Charterhouse tours cast new light on well-known stories from British history including the plague, religious Reformation, Tudor intrigue and the Blitz, and introduce our visitors to the unique heritage of one of London’s hidden gems – living the nation’s history since 1348.   

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10:45 - 11:45: Garden Tour 

Led by Head Gardener Kate Robinson and one of the Brothers, this is a rare opportunity to enter the enchanting secret gardens of the Charterhouse. Hidden away for more than 650 years, the Charterhouse gardens are now revealed in all their glory. An oasis of calm and great beauty where a collection of courtyard gardens gradually unfold, cleverly reflecting different moods and providing colour and interest throughout the seasons. 

12:00 - 13:00: House Tour

Led by a professional guide, see the highlights of the Charterhouse, taking in the evocative remnants of the medieval monastery and the courtyards of the opulent Tudor mansion. Discover Thomas Sutton’s charity and life at the Charterhouse today in these historic surroundings, including the Great Hall where the Brothers sit together to eat their meals.

Charterhouse tours cast new light on well-known stories from British history including the plague, religious Reformation, Tudor intrigue and the Blitz, and introduce our visitors to the unique heritage of one of London’s hidden gems – living the nation’s history since 1348.