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Museum in the Park

Maldon Museum in the Park

Housed in the Edwardian former Park Keeper's Lodge by the main gates of Promenade Park the aptly named Museum in the Park houses a collection that reflects the social, domestic and industrial history of Maldon and the surrounding district over the last two centuries, and beyond.

The museum showcases various aspects of Maldon's history including

  • Cinema memorabilia - Maldon once had two cinemas.
  • Items from long lost local industries such as Sadd's Joiners
  • A model of the Maldon East Railway Station
  • A lovely old fire engine
  • A baker's overn
  • Old shopfronts stocked with bygone packets and tins

There is not enough space to display everything so the displays change annually. This season features a fascinating new exhibition entitled “Stones, Bones and Old Pots”. You can see a fossilised mammoth tusk and the skeleton of a porpoise from the River Blackwater

There is also a small shop with souveniers and new and second hand books for sale. Younger visitors will love the free children's quiz which encourages exploration of the museum.

Admission is £2 for adults and free for children.
FREE admission for all on Bank Holiday Mondays and Heritage Weekends.

You will find the Museum by the main gates to Promenade Park.

47 Mill Road, Maldon CM9 5HX call 01621 842688

 

 

Heritage Open Days 2019

EARLY BIRD TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR THIS YEAR'S FIREWORK SPECTACULAR IN PROMENADE PARK ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2

 

 

Maldon Town Council has opened new Visitor Information Centre in the Maldon Town Hall

Maldon’s new Visitor Information Centre is located in the foyer of the Town Hall on Market Hill. Open monday to friday between the hours of 10.30am and 3.30pm, Discover Maldon Ambassadors will assist residents and visitors in finding out about local events and venues, travel information and tide times.

A new ticket purchasing facility for local events and performances will be provided in the Town Council Offices on the first floor of the Town Hall during the same times.