Attractions and Places to Visit in Croydon

No matter if you are visiting Croydon for the 100th time are long you have lived in there for 20 years, there are probably some things which you simply have never done or seen. The town of Croydon has splendid examples of modern architecture and breathtaking landscapes that are perfect for shutterbugs. Compared to many other cities in the UK, it is a relatively small town, but that certainly doesn’t prevent it from being on your must-visit list! Croydon can become one of your favourite places once you reveal all of its hidden gems.

Museum of Croydon

Museum of Croydon

The Museum of Croydon Galleries tell the story of Croydon from 1800 to the present day. Over 250 objects are beautifully displayed and interpreted through the voices of local people.
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Shirley Windmill in Croydon

Shirley Windmill

One of only four windmills open to the public in Greater London, Shirley Windmill is a Tower Mill, built in 1854 by Richard Alwen to replace an earlier (1808) timber post-mill on this site...
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St Michael’s Church in Croydon

St Michael’s Church

The Parish of St Michael, Croydon was founded in July 1871, and a wooden church opened on the site of our present building in September 1872. The size of the congregation soon outgrew...
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