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Explore one of only four large windmills open to the public in Greater London.
Built in 1854, Shirley Windmill is open to the public during the summer months.
Dating back to 1236, Surrey Street Market has a mix of Caribbean and Asian stalls selling fresh, international fruit and vegetables, usually for one pound a bowl. Visit on a Sunday for artisan food, crafts and entertainment.
Combine your love for art and coffee at this modern art gallery in Coulsdon, which showcases emerging artists.
The museum also houses an art gallery with changing displays of work from the borough’s art collection.
There are board games, books and newspapers to ensure you have plenty to do after lunch.Be treated to a 60-minute guided tour, where you’ll hear the story of how flour was milled in Victorian times.From craft classes to film nights, discover a brilliant programme of events at creative hub Matthews Yard, encompassing an art gallery, live music venue, a crowdfunded theatre and Vegan Grill, which serves up guilt-free comfort food.Enjoy fantastic food from more than 40 different eateries including authentic Tawainese street food at Bao Bao and Sri Lankan delicacies at Kothu Kothu.
Finish your trip to Boxpark with dessert from Dum Dums Donuterrie, which serves flavoured doughnuts ranging from pistachio to toffee apple. A must for active types and for families looking for things to do with kids in Croydon, this trampoline park has hundreds of trampolines to bounce around on, as well as a giant airbag to practice your skills, a play area for children aged five years and under, Olympic-standard performance trampolines, speed reaction games, and more.
Follow the history of Croydon through the stories of the town’s past residents at the award-winning Museum of Croydon.