St John's Gate

Built in 1504 as the southern gateway to the priory of the medieval order of the Knights Hospitalers of St John. The order was revived in 1831 as St John Ambulance and is well known for its hospital and ambulance charitable work. The Gate now houses the Museum and Library of the Order of St John and the most comprehensive collection of relics of the Medieval order outside Malta.

Near here is the Priory church rebuilt 1721-3 on the site of the Knights Hospitalers round church consecrated 1185, of which only its remarkable Norman Crypt remains.

See Also: Temple, Church of Saint John the Baptist

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm
Saturday, 10am to 4pm

Tours:
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, 11am and 2.30pm

Telephone: 020 7324 4005

Address: St John's Lane, EC1

Website: Museum of the Order of St John

Nearby Stations: Farringdon Station

We would really like to know what you think of this map.
To leave us some feedback, please click here.

Download this map onto your smartphone so you can use it when visiting London. Because the maps are stored on your phone you'll have instant access and no data charges.

Download for Windows Phone 7

Download from Google PlayDownload from Amazon App Store

Download the Visitors'' Map of London eBook for iPad or Kindle

Download this map as an eBook for your iPad or Kindle to plan your visit to London. If you've got an iPad with GPS the eBook will even show your position on the map as you travel around London.

View: Overview / Key

Enter a street, place of interest, hotel, station or postcode to search the map.