Destination | Bromley Exhibitions

A History of Bromley through its Architecture

22 June - 23 June

9:00 -17:00

An Exhibition celebrating the historic character and heritage of Bromley from its origins as a Kentish market town through the Victorian Golden Age to the present time with many buildings in the Arts and Crafts style that can be seen today. In The Glades shopping centre, Bromley, for two days only.

Visitors will learn about the fascinating history of Bromley town and of the architecture and stories behind the buildings that can still be seen and appreciated today. The town is a treasure trove of Arts and Crafts architecture; also Dutch and French Influence, Queen Anne and Neo Georgian - it's all there! Quotes from previous residents HG Wells, David Bowie and Hanif Kureishi are included and Bromley's musical heritage is touched on. Many old photographs are used from Bromley's Historic Collections to compare with current times.

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Location

The Glades, Bromley

64 High St,
Bromley
BR1 1DN

The Exhibition will be in the main display area on the ground floor of The Glades shopping centre Bromley.


Tickets / Admission

Free

This event is free to attend but may require a ticket to book a slot. Register as an attendee to find out more

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Organiser

Bromley Civic Society

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Level Access and Automatic Doors (or No Doors)
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet
Baby Changing Facility
Gender Neutral Toilet
On-Site Parking


For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: peter.martin1947@gmail.com .
View the LFA accessibility policy here

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