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Crawley Museum Centre

Crawley Museum Centre is Crawley’s main repository for archives and historical artefacts. It contains:

  • permanent collections of historical and archaeological material from the Stone Age in Crawley to modern times
  • temporary exhibitions
  • the town’s archives

The museum centre occupies an annexe to Goffs Park House, an imposing Victorian house now owned by Crawley Borough Council.

The council owns the building and leases the annexe to Crawley Museum Society, a voluntary group which runs this museum and Ifield Watermill.


Admission is free, although donations are welcome. There is free parking, disabled access, and a disabled toilet.

Crawley Museum Centre at Goffs Park House is open between 2pm and 4pm on

  • Wednesdays
  • Sundays
  • Bank holiday Mondays

It can be open for groups at other times by arrangement.


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