The local history of Cranbrook and the surrounding area is told in the absorbing collections at Cranbrook Museum housed in an impressive 15th century timber-framed farmhouse surrounded by attractive peaceful gardens.
The museum is a very short walk from Cranbrook High Street. There is a free public car park opposite the museum.
Opening times (please check before visiting)
The museum is open from April to October on Tuesday to Saturday from 2.00pm to 4.30pm, and on Public Holidays.
There are access and facilities for the disabled on the ground floor of the museum. Unfortunately, the upper floors are not accessible to those in wheelchairs.
The Curator is Mr Andrew Saunders who can be contacted on 01580 712516
or email Andrew.Saunders@CranbrookMuseum.org
The Archives open on Wednesdays 10.00am to 3.00pm or by arrangement with the archivist, Mrs Betty Carman who can be contacted on 01580 712069 or email Betty.Carman@CranbrookMuseum.org
Our address is:
Tel: 01580 712020
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Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015