EVENTS – The Great Exhibition of 1851 – An Illustrated Talk TONIGHT TUESDAY

The Great Exhibition of 1851 - An Illustrated Talk TONIGHT TUESDAY by Crystal Palace Museum The Crystal Palace Exhibition site wowed audiences here in South London for 82 years. Its roots, however, lay in the Great Exhibition held in Hyde Park in 1851: Professional history tour guide, and Crystal Palace Museum guide, Richard Watkins, tells … Continue reading EVENTS – The Great Exhibition of 1851 – An Illustrated Talk TONIGHT TUESDAY

GRAPE AND GRAIN PLANS SET TO BE UNVEILED

Wetherspoon's are set to unveil their plans for the site of the Grape and Grain pub at a drop-in event on Monday October 8th. The drop-in event, from 4pm to 8pm, is being held in the Crystal Palace museum, almost opposite the vacant pub premises, close to  the top of Anerley Hill. Whatever plans are … Continue reading GRAPE AND GRAIN PLANS SET TO BE UNVEILED

….AND WE’VE GOT A FILM FESTIVAL!!! – A GUIDE TO CRYSTAL PALACE SE19

Updated July 4th 2019 ...AND WE'VE GOT A FILM FESTIVAL!!! See here: www.cpiff.co.uk FIRSTLY, A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY: Once upon a time much of this area was covered by the Great North Wood. Gipsies camped here. Paxton rebuilt the Crystal Palace here. Camille Pissarro painted here. The artist Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale was born here, attending … Continue reading ….AND WE’VE GOT A FILM FESTIVAL!!! – A GUIDE TO CRYSTAL PALACE SE19

DIARY DATES 2014

SECTION ONE: LOCAL GROUPS AND SOCIETIES SECTION TWO: ARTS - CINEMAS, GALLERIES, MUSEUMS AND THEATRES SECTION ONE CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET bottom of Haynes Lane / top of Bedwardine Road. Saturdays 10 am to 3 pm. "Meat, vegetables, fruit, eggs, honey, bread, cakes, salads, hot foods, the Cafe Thing, coffee, tea, … Continue reading DIARY DATES 2014

A GUIDE TO CRYSTAL PALACE (Original title: A GB women’s handball team* guide to the Crystal Palace Triangle)

  ...AND WE'VE GOT A FILM FESTIVAL!!! FIRSTLY, A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY: Once upon a time much of this area was covered by the Great North Wood. Gipsies camped here. Paxton rebuilt the Crystal Palace here. Camille Pissarro painted here. Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale was born here, attending Crystal Palace school of art. Another woman … Continue reading A GUIDE TO CRYSTAL PALACE (Original title: A GB women’s handball team* guide to the Crystal Palace Triangle)

HOP PLANTING AT CRYSTAL PALACE MUSEUM THIS SUNDAY

There's  hop planting at the Crystal Palace Museum Garden from 11:00 - 2pm this Sunday  (March 17th).   A post on l;ocal blog site Virtual Norwood says: "We'll be picking up our hops as part of the Palace Pint project and be shown how to plant them. "We will also be creating some paths, doing … Continue reading HOP PLANTING AT CRYSTAL PALACE MUSEUM THIS SUNDAY