Visit > Charlton House
Charlton House illustrates a little-represented phase in the evolution of the English country house, linking the sprawling style of the Tudor age with the compact geometry associated with Inigo Jones. The original oak staircase remains, as do many fireplaces and plasterwork ceilings.
Three hundred years ago John Evelyn, the diarist, described the prospect from Charlton House as 'one of the most noble in the world, for city, river, ships, meadows, hills, woods and all other amenities.'
Charlton House, Charlton Road, London SE7 8RE
T: 020 8856 3951
House open 9am-5pm daily
Grounds open 6am-10pm daily
Closed 25th December
Most of the house is accessible by wheelchair but some areas may need assistance. Please ask us for help.
If you are interested in volunteering, hiring our spaces or making a donation, or you would like to speak to someone from the Trust, Greenwich Heritage Centre or Charlton House and Assembly Rooms, please use the contact form and add the subject to your email. We aim to respond to enquiries within a week. Please bear with us as the Trust is managed with minimum staff and has to prioritise visits in person or on the phone.Enquire
It's a privilege to be able to involve and enhance this exquisite Jacobean mansion. The friends are dedicated to making this wonderful building even more desirable and maintain its position within the Charlton community. The staff are supremely dedicated and we and the friends try to assist in all aspects of their work.Jonathan Dare - Friends of Charlton House
We had a great time, and the cake was delicious. 10/10 would go again!Jean and David
My 7 year old & 4 year old loved the mask making activities followed by the hunt round Charlton House at Halloween. Great day Out!M. Cowan
Everything was perfect... The venue was great, the event went really well and the attention to detail you and your team paid to our requirements was much appreciated.Helen Jakeways
Looking after Greenwich’s heritage
We look after key items of heritage in Royal Borough of Greenwich including Charlton House, Tudor Barn in Eltham and the Greenwich Heritage Centre as well as a number of memorials.Read more