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The Croydon Clocktower is a listed Grade II building that is an arts, museum and library complex.
The Croydon Clocktower is a listed Grade II building that is an arts, museum and library complex. The Museum of Croydon has over 250 artifacts tracing the history of Croydon from a market town in 1800 AD to the busy present day borough it has become. The David Lean Cinema is a cozy theatre that plays outstanding World cinema.
9 Katharine Street, Croydon, United Kingdom
+44 20 8253 10
The Museum of Croydon in the Croydon Clocktower traces the history of Croydon and includes the Riesco Gallery
Exhibitions on the gifted black composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) who lived most of his life in Croydon, are on display
The Nestle Tower is the famous UK headquarters of Nestle and one of the tallest towers in England
Fairfield Halls is an arts centre with a concert hall and the Ashcroft Theatre
The Whitgift Almshouses were formerly the Hospital of the Holy Trinity, with a fine Tudor courtyard in the complex
The Croydon Palace was the summer residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury for over 500 years, where he occasionally entertained royalty
Croydon airport was formerly London's main airport, but is now disused and a tourist attraction
The Shirley Windmill has been restored and is the only surviving windmill in Shirley
Mitcham Road Cemetery, which was previously called the Croydon Cemetery, is famous for the granite gravestone of Derek Bentley who was wrongly hanged in 1953 for killing a constable
The Crystal Palace Park is a 200 acre pleasure park that surrounded that Crystal Palace before it burned down