Museum of Croydon free event: Victorian Lives, Feb 14

East Croydon Station in 1898

East Croydon Station in 1898

The Museum of Croydon is staging a series of free events during 2015, beginning on Saturday, February 14 with a family event: Victorian Lives.

Drop in from 11am to 1pm and from 2pm to 4pm.

Discover how photographs and maps show us how Croydon has changed since Victorian times.  Get a feel for Victorian life in Croydon by handling objects from the time.

Suitable for ages four and over, staged in the Activities Space (next to the Riesco Gallery)

Please do contact us at localstudies@croydon.gov.uk  or 020 8253 1022 for more information or to book.

You can find out about the Museum’s busy programme of temporary exhibitions, adult events and family events on the What’s On page at www.museumofcroydon.com

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