Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery holds collections of:
- Dolls, Toys and Games
- Tunbridge Ware, a distinctive style of decorative marquetry woodware which was made in Tunbridge Wells from the late 1600s to the 1920s. The Museum has the largest collection of Tunbridge Ware anywhere in the world.
- Natural History – over 28,000 natural history specimens, which include rocks and minerals, fossils, plants, insects, birds, mammals and shells. Star attractions include a dinosaur footprint and a wildcat.
- Costume & Textiles – over 7,500 items of clothing and accessories from the 1700s to the present day.
Winner of Sandford Award 2007