Crystal Palace Museum

Crystal Palace Museum, a Victorian building built into a slope
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The history of the Crystal Palace is kept alive by the Crystal Palace Museum which tells the story of the Hyde Park and Sydenham Crystal Palaces. With photographs and displays of documents, handbills and ceramics. Housed in the only surviving building constructed by the Crystal Palace Company c.1880 Rare moving film footage is displayed throughout the day.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

Sat, Sun & Bank holiday Mondays

Admission charges

Entrance Free

Collection details

Archives, Coins and Medals, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Photography, Social History

Crystal Palace Museum
Anerley Hill
Greater London
SE19 2BA



020 8676 0700


020 8676 0700

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