Situated in the library of Willesden Green, Brent Museum and Archives, hold a variety of material covering the history of the local areas of Brent for over 50 years and a collection of over 10,000 objects.
Plan your visit
The Museum and Exhibition Space
- Over 10,000 artefacts, videos, oral history recordings and other items that reflect working and domestic life in Brent from about 1850 to the present day.
- Free temporary exhibitions that feature newly acquired objects, objects which have been in storage for decades and loaned objects from other museums.
- A wide range of photographs, postcards, documents and historical objects related to the Borough
- Records of Brent Council and its predecessors, including council minutes and building plans
- Electoral registers, local history library and pamphlet boxes and microfilms
- Historical maps and street directories
- School records
- Records of local groups and organisations
- Local newspapers dating back to 1870
Access to The Brent Museum and Archives:
- Dropped kerbs without tactile paving
- Entrance via an automatic door and level access from the street
- Lift access in the building to upper floors
How to get to Brent Museum and Archives
Nearest tube station to the library is: Willesden Green (Jubilee)
Bus 52 and 302 stop at the Library at Willesden Green bus stop.
There is no parking available at this library. The nearest council car park is located on Salusbury Rd.
Pay and display parking available on Grange Road