Burnham Museum

The Burnham on Crouch & District Museum is situated on the Quay at the junction with Coronation Road.

It is devoted to the History of Burnham on Crouch & the Dengie Hundred area.

The Museum consists of two floors and a mezzanine, with  exhibits of maritime, agricultural, industrial and social history.

The archive contains photographs drawings and documents.

The museum is pleased to receive enquiries and hope to help people or organisations where possible.

There is a regular programme of special exhibitions.

Visits and enquiries from schools are encouraged.

There is a disabled access from the Quay and the toilet facilities are suitable for use by disabled persons.

The museum is owned and run by the Burnham on Crouch and District Local History and Amenity Society.

This is a registered charity run entirely by unpaid volunteers. It is independent of any National or local government body.

The Society have talks at the museum on the third Monday of the month, except when exhibitions are being held.

There are posters for both the talks and exhibitions in the museum notice boards  and around the town.

Our local magazines and press also give details.

Opening Times

Easter to end of October, Weds, Sat and Sun, 2pm - 5pm

Plus every afternoon in the school holidays

Opening times can be changed without notice so if you travel any distance please check with museum first.


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01621 782184