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CrystalPalaceMuseum
FREE Museum about the history of the Crystal Palace. Open Sundays. Volunteer led. Arts Council accredited. AIM member.
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Feb 20
Thank you,everyone who came to our talk Engineering behind the Palace and apologies to those who couldn’t make it, we are going to repeat this talk later this year. Follow us to be always updated on the Museum’s events!
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Feb 19
The water tower is regularly attended by the gardening team and the museum who have cleared it recently and it is planned to be cleared again this year :)
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Croydon Events Feb 18
TODAY: Engineering Behind the Palace - Illustrated Talk
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Feb 17
We’re making Zoetropes today - come along & join in. Suitable for 4-11 year olds
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Lou Yates Feb 3
Another great session clearing the garden in preparation for path and more planting!
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Croydon Events Feb 5
IN 2 WEEKS: Engineering Behind the Palace - Illustrated Talk
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Feb 6
This February half term explore the vibrant world of early animation and Victorian optical illusions at the Crystal Palace Museum. Join us on Sunday 17 Feb from 11:30 to 14:00 as we craft…
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Jan 20
Crystal Palace Museum invites everyone to an illustrated talk «Engineering behind the Palace». It starts at 19:00, Tue 19th Feb. Tickets are available at Eventbrite
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Dec 31
Crystal Palace Museum invites everyone for an illustrated talk Great Exhibition 1851, 15 Jan, Tuesday at 19:00. Details are at Tickets are available at Eventbrite
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david draws... Nov 4
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Oct 22
The Crystal Palace invites you to the guided walk, it starts at 12:00, Sat 1st Dec. details are at
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South London History Oct 5
The magnificently gigantic "Crystal Palace" dwarfs nearby terraced housing on Woodland Hill, Upper Norwood 1920. Just 16 years later, a blaze of epic proportions would destroy all you see here, changing this view forever. 🏰
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Sep 27
Guided walk in aid of Sightsavers “Secret Crystal Palace” will take place on the 7th October with the Crystal Palace Museum’s collaboration. Details are at…
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Crystal Palace Dinos Sep 10
3pm Nxt Sat: Join Dr Paul Kenrick talk about "The Evolution of Plants, what we know and what the can tell us" These ferns are on island and we're planting more of them, can you help? RT RT
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Crystal Palace Dinos Aug 21
Fascinating talk by Sir Peter Crane on the evolution of flowering plants!
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Aug 20
The guided walking tour takes you around the grounds of the Crystal Palace. Tickets are available from the museum counter on the day, they are £5 for adults and £4 for concessions. The tour starts outside the museum at 12:00 midday and lasts approximately an hour and 45 minutes.
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cpneighbours Aug 8
Dinosaurs and dicots (that's flowering plants) will be the focus of this exciting talk from a world expert on the evolution of plants and ecosystems, Sir Peter Crane, former Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew... Tue 21st Aug
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LondonForteanSociety Aug 7
Exciting talk on 21 August by Sir Peter Crane on Dinosaurs and palaeo-plants
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CrystalPalaceMuseum Jul 16
The guided walking tour takes you around the grounds of the Crystal Palace. Tickets are available from the museum counter on the day, they are £5 for adults and £4 for concessions.The tour starts outside the museum at 12:00 midday and lasts approximately an hour and 45 minutes
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