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Cuckfield Museum is a small, volunteer-run, independent museum located on the first floor of the historic Queen's Hall. We aim to reflect and inspire Cuckfield's community and culture, past and present.
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Cuckfield House High Street | Queen's Hall, Cuckfield RH17 5EL, England
This charming museum contains very informative and well-curated exhibits on local history. But the real treat is the enthusiasm of the volunteer "stewards" who delight in sharing their knowledge of Cuckfield - along with some nice gossip!
Everything a village museum should be. My primary interest was their costume display and it did not disapoint. Well lit, extremely well kept and laid out, the cases held a vast selection of items of local interest, costume, found items and lots about dinosaurs. The...More
Situated on the first floor of Queens Hall this little museum is a great place to spend an enjoyable half hour. It has several displays of different aspects of local life and at the moment the theme is of railways and why 150 years ago...More
A small, beautifully laid out Museum upstairs at the Queen's Hall, Cuckfield. Masses of local history, from the dinosaurs at Whiteman's Green to beautiful stained glass, and grandfather clocks made in Cuckfield. A special exhibition covers the coming of the railway to Haywards Heath 175...More
As a former Cuckfield resident it was well worth a visit during a recent stay in the village. The volunteers who run the museum show great dedication & enthusiasm. My Mum was able to donate some old photos that will hopefully be useful for future...More
Cuckfield Museum is a classic village museum, all manner of things crammed into a small space, telling the story of the village and the surrounding area. It's particularly good for people interested in social history and also those interested in transport. The village was a...More
This small museum is well worth a visit if you live locally and it would be worth popping in if you are a visitor too. There are items on the stairs up to the corridor and room at the front of the building that houses...More