East Grinstead Museum is situated in a purpose built building in the centre of the town, only a few minutes from the historic High Street, the Museum tells the story of East Grinstead and the surrounding area from its early beginnings to the present day.


WHERE ARE WE

Old Market Yard
Cantelupe Road
East Grinstead
West Sussex RH19 3BJ

t: 01342 302233
e: info@eastgrinsteadmuseum.org.uk

Opening Times:
Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm
Sunday and Bank holidays 1pm to 4pm

Facilities:
Wheelchair accessible display areas and toilet.
Designated parking space for disabled motorists.

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OUR MUSEUM

Built with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and money raised by the local community, East Grinstead Museum invites you to discover the old market town and surrounding area.

The town’s first museum opened in March 1926 in the St Swithun’s Church tower under the care of the then vicar, the Reverend Golding Golding-Bird. His collection began with a set of grappling irons, stored at the Church for accessibility. The interest they sparked gave him the idea of a town museum. Its collection was small but included photographs, paintings, tokens and First World War objects, amongst others.

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Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

rowfant-brickworks

Rowfant Brickworks Exhibition

This temporary exhibition will start on Wednesday 11th January. More information to follow.

Horniman Narsiga
10:00 am

Horniman Museum and Gardens Object in Focus; Narsiga

East Grinstead Museum is delighted to display the Horniman's Narsiga to launch its new 'Spotlight…

RBSouls
10:00 am

Rebuilding Bodies and Souls

We are delighted to share our vision for the ‘Rebuilding Bodies and Souls’ flagship project…

East Grinstead History
10:00 am

History of Our Town

Although the new display in the old temporary space will devote itself to the history…

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