We are currently collecting memories about Crawley. If you are interested in contributing memories, whether in writing, photographs or film, or by being interviewed, please contact us
About Crawley Museum
Crawley Museum is a local history museum. It tells the history of the town through objects and their stories. It has an active programme of events and temporary exhibitions which reflect various aspects of the town and the local area. It also has a learning offer for all ages. Our collections include objects from Crawley prehistory, its medieval settlement, the Victorian town and the 20th Century New Town development. We also collect contemporary objects. We celebrate Crawley’s communities today through our oral history collections, temporary exhibitions and community engagement projects. Items on permanent display include our 1903 Rex Forecar and a Bronze Age sword. We also have a temporary exhibition space. This hosts a variety of displays which will change regularly.
Hire Crawley Museum
We have a meeting room and education room available to hire at competitive prices, with reductions for community groups and repeat bookings.
Plan Your Visit
In line with government guidance, we are now closed to the public.
We hope to reopen on Thursday 3rd December.
Our usual opening hours are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10.30 to 4pm.
The nearest train station is Crawley. The Museum is a 10 minute walk from the station
Crawley is well served by buses from the surrounding area, Crawley Museum is a 7 minute walk from the Bus Station.
There are facilities in which you can store your bicycles in a safe area.
Crawley Museum has very limited onsite parking facilities. There are a number of public car parks in the area.