We are very lucky to work in a little green oasis in the centre of the city.
Located on a former Carthusian monastery site, the QMUL Charterhouse campus has a rich history and we hope BCI will continue to add to its medical legacy.
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We run “Medicine, Monks and Murder” walking tours; guests are taken on a whirlwind historical tour of the Barts and Smithfield area. 900 years of fascinating (and often bloodthirsty) history are packed in, taking the group from the early monks of The Charterhouse all the way through to the filming of the BBC’s ‘Sherlock Holmes’ and a BCI lab tour.
Our lovely central campus walkway while the bluebells are out - by Marianne Baker
Spring in the square 2016 - by Marianne Baker
Spring blossom and Dawson Hall - by Marianne Baker
Autumn in the square - photo by Dr Marianne Baker
Fluffy clouds at the end of the day. Photo by Dr Marianne Baker
A weekend sunset from the top floor. Photo by Dr Tanya Klymenko
View of the entrance to the square from Dean Rees House - Photo by Dr Marianne Baker
Bluebells and inaugural VIPs - by Dr Marianne Baker
Bluebells emerging by the path - photo by Dr Gemma Bridge
April evening - photo by Dr Marianne Baker
Easter daffodils. Photo by Dr Marianne Baker
"One evening in Charterhouse Square" - image by Dr Li Jia
Horse chestnut blossoms in the corner of the square. Photograph by Dr Marianne Baker
Hyper-saturated springtime. Photograph by Dr Li Jia
Bluebells highlighted along the central path. Photograph and editing by Dr Michael Allen