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Tea Shops and Restaurants in Maldon

Looking for somewhere to eat in Maldon?

Perhaps you fancy sitting inside a cosy cafe enjoying tea and cake or an outside table on the water's edge eating fish and chips. You will find loads of tea rooms, restaurants and pubs in Maldon by clicking here.
Places to stay in Maldon

Looking for somewhere to stay? There is a wide choice of accomodation available in the Maldon District - why not try:

Bed & Breakfast
26 High Street, Maldon, CM9 5JP
Telephone 01621 840308

Owners comments:

"The White Horse is a busy town-centre pub, with restaurant and bed and breakfast facilities, in the historic town of Maldon close to the Blackwater Estuary. "

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THE MALDON DISTRICT offers a wide range of places to visit and activities to enjoy at any time of year.

The town of Maldon itself is especially famous for the Hythe Quay, home to many of the remaining Thames Barges. A variety of short trips from Maldon are available on these ancient craft, and also the Viking Saga.


Promenade Park is probably the most visited location in Maldon and was originally created on the sloping bank of the River Blackwater over one hundred years ago.

promenade park maldon

Popular with visitors and Maldon residents alike, this park is the centre of summer fun with playgrounds and various children's activity areas including the very popular Splash Park and is also the location for the famous Maldon Mud Race and other annual and special events including the ever popular fireworks display in November. You can even hire a beach hut for the day and relax with a picnic.

Promenade Park Maldon
On the banks of the river Blackwater, this park has been popular with generations
Heybridge Basin
Where the Chelmer & Blackwater navigation meets the Blackwater estuary
Museums in the Maldon District
Local & Social History, Combined Military Services and the Museum of Power
Boat Trips from Maldon
Explore the Blackwater Estuary with one of the many boat trips available
Details of where To Stay in the Maldon District
A selection of accomodation on offer in the Maldon district
What's On in the Maldon District
Your guide to many of the events happening in the Maldon district
Maldon's High Street has many unique shops and places to eat and drink including a selection of independent tea shops and micro pubs selling locally brewed beers.
Lots of shops in Maldon High Street
Why not visit Yours In Sport

39 High Street, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5PF

"We are a traditional sport shop, selling clothing, footwear and equipment for most sports. From football, cricket, rugby and racket sports, to hockey, snooker, table tennis, boxing and bowls. We stock a large selection of darts that you can try instore on our oche.We also offer a restringing service, and printing and embroidery service."

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When you visit Maldon, you will find this ancient Essex town, with its oldest part sitting high on a hill overlooking the Blackwater estuary, has a rich and varied history just waiting to be explored.

Maldon is one of the oldest recorded towns in Essex and a walk up the High Street to the crest of the town reveals many buildings whose brick facades conceal medieval timber frames.

At the junction of the High Street and Market Hill stands the tower of St Peters which is attached to the building erected in 1704 by Dr. Thomas Plume to house his famous library and the Maldon's grammar school. The school has long since moved and the ground floor now contains the Maeldune Centre which displays the Maldon Embroidery depicting life in the town from the Battle of Maldon to the present day.

Further along is Maldon's Moot Hall, built in the 15th century for the d'Arcy family and most recently used as the council chambers, magistrates court, and police station. Another few yards and you will reach the 13th century All Saints' Church, famous for its triangular tower and Washington Window.

Maldon's Market Hill is lined with more timber-framed buildings including the old workhouse and leads steeply down to Fullbridge at the crossing of the River Chelmer. This area was once a thriving port and Maldon's wharves were kept busy unloading ships laden with timber and other materials. It is also the home of the old Maldon railway station building which has survived despite the railway being closed in 1964. At the end of Station Road, you will find the Combined Military Services Museum containing a large collection of weapons, armoury, and other displays.

Forthcoming Events in the Maldon District

Wednesday 24th July to Thursday 25th July 2024

St Lawrence Bay, Stone Sailing Club . St Lawrence Drive, St Lawrence Bay CM0 7NF

Seascape is a community engagement event for all .......moreSeascape is a community engagement event for all in partnership with Project Seagrass. The event hosted by Stone Sailing Club and Stone Water Sports Club is a series of opportunities about local solutions to climate change. It’s about creating greener, healthier, happier communities that protect our landscapes and marine life.
Try alfresco yoga, balance bikes for kids, family beach combing. Try your hand at making solar toys, learn about Snakes and other reptiles with the fabulous Jon Greaves. If you’re interested in doing just one more thing to help yourself and the climate, get involved in talks by leaders in this field and don’t miss Professor Jules Pretty’s dynamic talk on The Low Carbon Good Life on Wednesday 24th July at 1930 at Stone Sailing Club. Get back on the bike again by booking an e-bike demo brought to you by Hadleigh Park Cycles.

We look forward to seeing you at one or many events.

So let’s start as we mean to go on. Please travel sustainably if you are able.

Cost: Most events are free

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Maldon Ghost Walk

Friday 26th July 2024
19:00 - 20:30

Outside All Saints' Church, Maldon War Memorial, High Street, Maldon, Maldon CM9 5PF

Running every Saturday, and the fourth Friday .......moreRunning every Saturday, and the fourth Friday each month!

The Maldon Ghost Walks invites you to an evening of spooks and ghouls, as we take you on a tour of the haunted history of our ancient town (with a few jokes for good measure)!

Prepare for a terrifying (and amusing) trip around the heart of Maldon, with tales of the spooky and supernatural that once and still may visit a town said to be 'the most haunted in Essex'. Wonder why it has such name? Want to heart tales of murder, imprisonment, and rebellion? Then come one, come all, on a journey through the twisting history of our most haunted Maldon!

Booking not required, but each walk has limited space. Reserve your spot at:
Cost: £8 adults, £4 16s and under, FREE for the under 5s. Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children): £20

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Maldon Heritage Walks

The Maldon Heritage Group has produced a series of self-guided walks that illustrate some of the heritage of this fine town. Take one soon, the details are mobile-friendly. Click for details

If you are interested in knowing more about Maldon's heritage, make sure you pay a visit to the Maldon Museum In The Park, housed in the former park keeper's lodge by the main gates to Promenade Park. The displays show the social and industrial history of Maldon during the past two hundred years.

Places to stay in Maldon

Looking for somewhere to stay? There is a wide choice of accomodation in the Maldon District - why not try:

Bed & Breakfast
26 High Street, Maldon, CM9 5JP
Telephone 01621 840308

Owners comments:

The White Horse is a busy town-centre pub, with restaurant and bed and breakfast facilities, in the historic town of Maldon close to the Blackwater Estuary.

Click here for more places to stay in Maldon



Where can I park my motorhome in Maldon?
If you are visiting Maldon for the day you can park in the main car park at Promenade Park where charges apply but you cannot stay there overnight.

What supermarkets are there in Maldon?
There are six major supermarkets to choose from

Are dogs allowed in Promenade Park?
Dogs are allowed in the park but must be kept on a lead in certain areas and are not allowed in the fenced off children's play areas. There are information boards around the park.

All Information on these pages has been compiled from information from third parties and which may be subject to change or cancellation. As we cannot be held responsible for any errors or inaccuracies you are advised to confirm details with the various organisers before embarking on a long journey. is an independent website offering information and has no connection with any other organisation.