The tour will be co-led by VocalEyes describer Tony McBride and Assistant Museum Manager James Spellane.
The Charterhouse’s history goes back to the 14th century, when the land where it stands was acquired as a burial ground. Decades after a Carthusian Monastery was built; followed by a Tudor mansion, a boys’ school, and an almshouse in the 16th century. Today’s building allows the visitor to wander through history while remaining in the heart of contemporary London.
You can read more about the building and its architecture on the venue page.
If you would like to join the audio-described tour, please use our Open House London 2019 online booking form. Alternatively, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 020 7375 1043.
[Image: Entrance of Charterhouse]