Category:Bethlem Royal Hospital
|Instance of||psychiatric hospital|
|Location||London Borough of Bromley, United Kingdom|
Bethlem Royal Hospital, also known as St Mary Bethlehem, Bethlehem Hospital and most notoriously Bedlam, is an ancient hospital in London, United Kingdom for the treatment of mental illness. Originally the hospital was near Bishopsgate just outside the walls of the City of London. It moved to Moorfields just outside the Moorgate in 1675-76, then to St George's Fields in Southwark in 1815, before moving to its current location at Monks Orchard in West Wickham, in the London Borough of Bromley in 1930. The old building then was turned over to the Imperial War Museum.
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
Media in category "Bethlem Royal Hospital"
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- A Dictionary of Hymnology Vol. 1.pdf 985 × 1,393, 892 pages; 53.89 MB
- Bethlem Royal Hospital - geograph.org.uk - 34691.jpg 640 × 447; 126 KB
- Bethlem Royal Hospital Main building view 1.jpg 4,368 × 2,912; 7.86 MB
- BethlemRoyalHospital.jpeg 640 × 415; 162 KB
- Die Gartenlaube (1855) b 359.jpg 112 × 43; 2 KB
- First Bethlehem Hospital - Liverpool Street London EC2.jpg 1,500 × 2,000; 813 KB
- Plan of the first Bethlem Hospital.png 1,000 × 840; 215 KB
- Prospect of Bridewell.jpg 800 × 543; 376 KB
- Site of the first Bethlehem Hospital 1247-1676.jpg 2,000 × 1,500; 1.13 MB