Museum of Croydon
We are open Tuesday - Saturday, 10.30am - 5pm (except public holidays).
We will also be closed all day on Saturday 23 and Tuesday 26 December 2017.
We hope you have enjoyed visiting our exhibitions and events over the past year and look forward to welcoming you back to the Museum of Croydon in the New Year.
All our galleries are free to enter.
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Croydon is well served by public transport and we recommend you use this where possible to travel to the Clocktower.
We're just ten minutes walk from East & West Croydon Rail & Bus Stations and only three minutes walk from George Street Tramlink stop.
Bus & Train: The following buses stop close to Croydon Clocktower: 50, 60, 64, X68, 75, 109, 119, 154, 157, 166, 194, 197, 198, 250, 264, 289, 312, 367, 403, 405, 407, 409, 410, 412, 450, 455, 466, 468, 494, 726, T33. Croydon Clocktower is 10 minutes' walk from West Croydon Bus Station and 7 minutes' walk from East or West Croydon train stations.
Trams: Routes 1, 2 & 3 stop at East Croydon Station. Route 1 (Westbound) 2 & 3 stop at George Street, Croydon.
Please see the Tramlink User Guide map for further information, available from Croydon Visitor Centre, East Croydon Station.
By Car: Car parking is restricted in the surrounding streets. There are car parks and parking spaces near to the Clocktower which you need to pay for. Disabled parking spaces are available on parts of Fell Road.
Coaches: can drop off and pick up in Fell Road alongside Croydon Clocktower. If you are travelling with a group with particular access requirements, please contact us.
Croydon Clocktower has ramped or lift access to all facilities.
There are also accessible toilets.
There are hearing loops on the main customer service desks and in the Memory Room of the Museum of Croydon.
Guide & Hearing Dogs are welcome.
If you are planning a visit for an organised group of more than 6 people, please contact the learning team in advance so that we can book a time slot for you and also let you know if there are additional resources available to support your visit.
Telephone: 0208 253 1023.