Located at the heart of the pretty Wealden town of Cranbrook the Museum covers three floors of a delightful Grade ll listed 15th century timber-framed building, set in a tranquil garden Click here for more details about the building
Hundreds of exhibits encapsulate the history of Cranbrook and The Weald of Kent
"Explore artists and artisans, boot-making and broadcloth, coinage and costumes, hops and hat-making mantraps and mangles, rope-making and rare birds"
Bygone industry and rural life Local trades and services Church, chapels and schools Costume ~ Family life ~ Military memorabilia Covers all aspects of social and family history
Includes the works of the 'Cranbrook Colony of Artists' and the 19th century explorer Boyd Alexander's collection of British birds