Rooms and spaces
We have a wonderful choice of characterful rooms and spaces which are both highly adaptable for different occasions, and each memorably steeped in history.
Please note that, due to the special nature of the Charterhouse as an almshouse for a community of older men and women, events can only take place between 8.00am and 10.00pm.
A stunning and grand room, the Great Hall is perfect for formal dinners and receptions. All the splendour of the original Tudor reception hall with arched ceiling…Find out more
Soak in the extraordinary atmosphere of this stunning room – the last surviving Tudor Great Chamber in London. This is where the young Elizabeth I prepared…Find out more
A stunning 14th century monastery cloister which was later made into a garden gallery by the Duke of Norfolk. A stone flag floor and original features…Find out more
A smaller space suited well to meetings, dinners, and breakout sessions from larger meetings. With elegant wood panelling and prints of the Charterhouse…Find out more
The Charterhouse Chapel
Beautiful, and light filled, the chapel is fascinating and impressive to all who enter. With Jacobean carvings throughout, and the Charterhouse’s founder Thomas…Find out more
he Exit from the museum room leads into what was once a monastic Cloister; the Chapel Cloister. The splendid doorway leading into the chapel...Find out more
This stately room is ideal for meetings. It also works wonderfully for dinners and receptions. With scars from the Blitz the Old Library highlights...Find out more
The Learning Centre was designed as part of the Revealing the Charterhouse project and is light and spacious room which marries new design with the old.Find out more
The Masters Court is the original entrance courtyard to the Tudor mansion, a perfect space to host welcome drinks, setting the scene for your memorable event.Find out more
Outside the Norfolk Cloister you find the pretty and peaceful Norfolk Garden. This intimate garden has many corners to explore, and is designed...Find out more
One of the earliest parts of the Charterhouse, this atmospheric courtyard was originally used for all the services – laundry, bakery, kitchens...Find out more
An ‘urban oasis’ in the heart of London, right on the edge of the City, the square has lawned areas bordered by wild flowers and grasses...Find out more