Shop

Our museum shop stocks a range of books, souvenirs and bespoke gifts to suit every age and pocket.

All proceeds will help us to continue to fulfil Thomas Sutton’s legacy to provide for the Brothers who call the Charterhouse their home.

For retail enquiries please contact shop@thecharterhouse.org or phone us on 0203 818 8873.

Revealing the Charterhouse (Hardback)

This major publication celebrates Charterhouse’s reopening as a museum in 2016. It includes a series of illustrated essays on the archaeology, history, landscape, environment and architecture of the Charterhouse. It follows its story from its foundation as a monastery, dissolution in 1535 and subsequent transformation into a fine Tudor Mansion in the grounds, its establishment as both a school for boys and hospital for elderly men, to its continuing role today as a charity providing care for over 40 Brothers.

£39.95

Revealing the Charterhouse (Paperback)

This major publication celebrates Charterhouse’s reopening as a museum in 2016. It includes a series of illustrated essays on the archaeology, history, landscape, environment and architecture of the Charterhouse. It follows its story from its foundation as a monastery, dissolution in 1535 and subsequent transformation into a fine Tudor Mansion in the grounds, its establishment as both a school for boys and hospital for elderly men, to its continuing role today as a charity providing care for over 40 Brothers.

£29.95
The Charterhouse

The Charterhouse

Survey of London’s Monograph 18, edited by Philip Temple Published for English Heritage by Yale University Press

£65.00
Philanthropy: The City Story

Philanthropy: The City Story

Philanthropy is embedded in London. For many centuries, private wealth has generated public benefit through the entrepreneurial flair and charitable drive of London’s citizens. This book

£10.00

the Charterhouse Magazine

the Charterhouse magazine, written by the Brothers of the Charterhouse. The magazine covers a wide variety of subjects: the past, present and future of the Charterhouse; the Carthusian movement; personal, often humorous, memories; as well as history, poetry, the arts and culture. Issue 40 reports on the offical opening of the Charterhouse museum by our Royal Governor, Her Majesty the Queen, in February 2017

£5.95

Crossrail Archaeology - Charterhouse Square: Black death cemetery and Carthusian monastery, meat market and suburb

The story of London's Clerkenwell and Smithfield neighbourhood from prehistory through to the present day, is illustrated by archaeological investigations undertaken as part of the crossrail development. Delve into the history of London's emergency burial ground established during the black death (1348-49) and the 25 individuals excavated, the first large group of burials recovered.

£11.75

the Charterhouse: The Guidebook

This official souvenir guidebook offers an insight into the unique history witnessed by the Charterhouse. The story begins in 1348 when the site was used as a burial ground for victims of the Black Death. Since then the site has served as a Carthusian monastery, Tudor mansion house, school an almshouse which it remains to this day. In January 2017 the Charterhouse opened to the public for the first time in its 669 year history. This guidebook enables a new generation of visitors to explore our exceptional historic buildings and fascinating new museum.

£7.95