The Stonyhurst Collections include a museum, three historic libraries and a rich study collection. These are housed together in a prominent part of the remarkable buildings at Stonyhurst, overlooking the 16th century Front Quad and the formal Avenue, although many artefacts are on open display around the College. The Museum and Historic Libraries are housed in a Victorian wing of the College, built in the 1850s to complete the grand frontage at Stonyhurst which had been left unfinished by the Shireburn family in the 17th century.
The Collections are managed by the Curator, Jan Graffius, and Assistant Curator, Joseph Reed, who make the Collections accessible to the Stonyhurst community and to the public.
Museum Archives Libraries