Whatever your age and area of interest, there is always something happening at the museum which will appeal to you, from workshops for your children to interesting talks focusing on our key collections.

Perhaps you’d like to take the opportunity to peruse an object from the archive under the guidance of museum experts, or are fascinated by the Guinea Pig Club and Archibald McIndoe’s work. Why not come and sample one of our stimulating historical talks? Our yearly activities for children – which take place on Tuesdays during the school holiday periods – may also be of interest. See below for specific details of upcoming events.

Our programme of activities, inspired by the Rebuilding Bodies and Souls exhibition, has been generously funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund until May 2018.






Temporary Exhibition: The Royal Sussex Regiment during World War 1

As the days start to get longer, why not pop in to East Grinstead Museum to see our latest exhibition? This small display focuses on…

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 of the Queen Victoria Hospital, Sir Archibald McIndoe and the…