Saturday 16 September:

12.00 to 15.00
Sunday 17 September:

12.00 to 15.00


Charterhouse Chapel & Gardens - Charterhouse Lane - Hull - HU2 8AF

Founded by Sir Michael de la Pole in 1384 as an almshouse for the elderly, the Charterhouse continues to house retired residents. The present building to the north of Charterhouse Lane dates from 1780 and has a handsome domed entrance and a fine Georgian era chapel inside. To the south is the Master's House which, despite severe war damage, essentially dates back to 1660. Its complete 10-bays exterior can best be appreciated from the rear where you will also find a peaceful walled garden. This also contains a mulberry tree reputed to be Hull's oldest and dating back over 350 years to when the poet Andrew Marvell played under it as a boy!

'Each Sunday in the Charterhouse Chapel at 10am there is a Sung Eucharist open to the public.Everyone is warmly welcome to join the Master and the residents any Sunday.’

Booking Details

No booking required


Opening Times are 12.00 to 15.00 only

Additional Information

On the 10th September, a talk will take place at 11am by Canon Paul Greenwell on the history of Charter House.

Contact for the day:JOHN NETHERWOOD

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