A museum of local history and artefacts covering the Crawley area from prehistoric times to the creation of the New Town. There are permanent displays and a programme of changing exhibits. Among the permanent exhibits are archaeological fnds, Iron Age pottery, Romano-British finds, and Victorian nostalgia.
The museum is operated by the Crawley Museum Society, who also operate the restored Ifield Watermill.

It is housed in Goff Park House, built by banker Edwin Henty in 1882. Next to the museum is Goffs Manor, a beautiful 16th century half-timbered farm building now converted into a public house and restaurant.