Chelmsford Museum

Chelmsford Museum

Chelmsford Museum tells the story of the county town from the Ice Age to the present, including new displays on the more recent history, and festivals and music. There are additional displays on natural history, art, glass and pottery, as well as a temporary exhibition programme and a popular live beehive. A new extension opens in January 2010 and includes Bright Sparks, an exhibition about Chelmsford's industries. 

Admission:  Free (charge for group talks, school sessions and loans)

Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 10.00 to 17.00  and Sunday 13.00 - 16.00

Closed - Good Friday, Christmas and Boxing Day

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Oaklands Park Moulsham Street,


Essex, CM2 9AQ




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Please telephone if you require assistance 01245 605700


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