Charles Henman, 1896
Katherine Street, Croydon, CR0 1NX
Croydon Town Hall will be opened for a limited number of guided tours, providing rare access this unique Victorian-style, Grade II listed building. Croydon Town Hall was designed by local architect Charles Henman and opened in 1896.
West Croydon, East Croydon
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Croydon Town Hall is an 8 minute walk from East Croydon station, and a 10 minute walk from West Croydon station. It is also accessible by tram - it is an 8 minute walk from Centrale tram stop.
Tours at 10am, 11am and 1pm includes steps. The tour a midday is step-free tour. Places on all tours are first-come-first-served. For the 12noon tour, priority will be given to those who require step-free access.
Places on all tours will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the start time.
For the BSL interpreted tour at 10am, priority will be given to those who require BSL interpretation.
For the step-free tour at 12noon, priority will be given to wheelchair users, and those with mobility issues or who are less able to walk.
We propose to open the Museum of Croydon stores for an intimate guided tour of our stored collections also featuring an overview of collection care. This activity will take approximately 1hr and can cater for a maximum of 8 people.
Charles Henman, 1896
Assembled in the format and spirit of a Saturday School, this session, supported by Theatrum Mundi, will take place in the Croydon Quaker's Adult School Hall and support participants to map out spaces of care & resistance across Croydon.
William Curtis Green, 1908
religious, concert/performance space, civic
Medieval style church rebuilt by Sir George Gilbert Scott after 1867 fire. Tower & south porch are 15C. Large nave with open timber-work roof leads to chancel dominated by superb stained glass window & rich alabaster reredos.
Mediaeval/Sir George Gilbert Scott, 1870
A walking tour with the Twentieth Century Society, exploring the modern architectural and design heritage of Croydon town centre. Croydon is London Borough of Culture 2023 and is home to some of the finest post-war buildings in Britain.
21 houses, in 3 terraces, built by Swiss architects Atelier 5 for Wates. Living areas on the upper floor are approached through a garden court. Bedrooms downstairs open to a lower garden. Pevsner wrote, 'a group with few equals in Britain'.
Atelier 5, 1969
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