Cranbrook Museum showcases the history of the village and its inhabitants, covering family history, business and building heritages and with collections constantly being updated is Grade II listed. The three floor museum, housed in a 15th Century timber-framed building and has a mix of exhibitions and displays featuring boot making, millinery, military memorabilia, and lots more, set within a tranquil garden.

Opening Times
April to October
Tuesday to Saturday & Summer Bank Holidays
Also open on Sundays.

Free - donations welcome.

Upper floors not accessible, though there is an audio visual display in the reception area.

Jockey Lane Free Car Park.

Additional Notes
The Cranbrook Museum is taking part in Wheels of Time, which is a countywide heritage trail for children aged between 5-11 years with their families. For more information:

Picture Credit: © Cranbrook Museum.

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