Local attractions

  • Cranbrook Museum

    Cranbrook Museum and Local History Society is continuing to follow and monitor official guidance from the UK Government and Public Health England carefully. It is important we ensure that any and all procedures are in place to support the health and well-being of our volunteers and membership.  Following government guidance, to help combat the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)  with immediate ...
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  • Sissinghurst

    The wonderful spectacle of Sissinghurst Gardens are only a short drive from Cranbrook. The creation of Vita Sackville-West and her husband Sir Harold Nicolson. Maintained by the National Trust, the gardens are open from 15th March until the 2nd of November 2008. If you are interested in volunteering to help at Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens, please telephone ...
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  • Cranbrook Union Windmill

    Cranbrook Union Windmill is the tallest Smock Windmill in England, at 72 feet high, with unique, panoramic views of Cranbrook. Mary Dobell had the windmill built in 1814 by James Humphrey, a local millwright, for her son Henry. Nowadays, whenever possible, the windmill is worked and grain is milled during opening hours – flour can be ...
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