Interested in Britain’s military history? Would you like to learn more about how East Grinstead was involved in the Great War and Second World War? Would you like to know more about Sir Archibald McIndoe and Guinea Pig Club? Then please come along and see our two commemorative exhibitions.
Half term and Halloween is almost here. What could be the best way to entertain and educate your kids at the same time? How about taking the kids on a journey through East Grinstead’s past at East Grinstead Museum with its family friendly museum? Let them use their imagination
Bob Marchant, honorary member of the Guinea Pig club and once an operating theatre technician at the Queen Victoria Hospital (QVH) under Sir Archibald McIndoe, kindly gave a few of us museum staff a tour of the hospital. Built as a town hospital, the impact of WWII led to the
East Grinstead Museum has a wonderful research room available for visitors and researchers alike. With books, magazines, and news paper cuttings about the local area you are able to read and research your area of interest. As a result of our Rebuilding Bodies & Souls exhibition we have welcomed medical and history students recently