The Eden Valley Museum is next to Ye Old Crown Inn in the High Street, Edenbridge, Kent.
There is a sign for Ye Old Crown overhanging the High Street. The main museum entrance is on the High Street and there is also disabled access at the rear of the building (follow blue signs from the gate).
The nearest railway station is Edenbridge Town (approx. 10 minutes walk) on the Oxted to Uckfield line. From the station exit, follow the road until the junction at the end then turn left onto the High Street.
The other railway station is Edenbridge (approx. 25 minutes walk) on the Redhill to Tonbridge line. From the station exits, turn right downhill onto the main road. Pass the Jaques factory on your left and continue under the second railway bridge.
Pass the Leisure Centre and park on your right. Continue onwards and cross the road at the traffic lights which leads into the High Street.
Edenbridge High Street is on the B2026, 20 minutes from Junction 6 of the M25.
Free parking is available in two nearby locations:
In the Market Yard (except for Thursday mornings - Market Day) and in Church Street, in front of the Parish Church. Both are a few minutes walk away.
There are other car parks which are subject to certain restrictions.
Eden Valley Museum
72 High Street
Supported by: Edenbridge Bonfire Society, Edenbridge Town Council, Eden Valley of Chamber of Commerce,
Great Stone Bridge Trust, D E Leigh, Stonewall Park Trust, J Surtees Ltd, Waitrose
© 2016 Eden Valley Museum | EDEN VALLEY MUSEUM TRUST | Registered Charity No 1065466