A step into the history of architecture. Built in the reign of James I, Charlton House is the best preserved Jacobean house in London. Charlton House was built in 1607–12 of red brick with stone dressing with an interior great hall, chapel, state dining room and gallery. With almost all of the original features intact the house is an architectural treasure. Changing exhibitions.
10 minutes Charlton Station (Thameslink, NR South Eastern )