Exhibits on three floors of a delightful Grade ll listed 15th century timber-framed building, set in a cottage garden, showing aspects of Cranbrook and district’s past social, industrial, rural and family life.

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.

See the works of the ‘Cranbrook Colony of Artists’ and the 19th century explorer Boyd Alexander’s collection of British birds.

Cranbrook Museum e-badge

Even if you can’t visit our museum, you can earn our e-badge by watching our virtual tour of the museum then logging in and entering the code revealed on the Wheels of Time My E-badges page.

Open: refer to website for details

  • Opening hours:
    • April to June, September –
      • Tuesday to Saturday and Summer Bank Holidays, 2pm to 4.30pm
    • July and August –
      • Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays, 2pm to 4.30pm
  • Cost: Free entry
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      KCU Learning destination:

    • Wheels of Time Visit – 2h

Carriers Road, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3JX