Mersea Museum on the Essex Coast
The Museum is open for the Summer season but time is running out...
Where to find us:
Mersea Island is on the Essex coast, about 9 miles south of
Colchester on the B1025.
Collections: Local history, social history, natural history and geology, local photographs, oral history, family history, parish records, marine, John Leather Memorial Collection, engineering and costume.
It has been an exciting year on the Mersea mud, with many interesting finds. We are planning to display the planks from the bronze age board walk found in February and are raising funds to build the glass-topped section of floor. See In the mud
Facilities: Activities for children, Audio Guides, Disabled Access, Disabled Parking, Shop
Shop: The Museum Shop has a varied selection of books, postcards, souvenirs and mementos.
Guided History Walks in West Mersea are run in the summer months.
Visitor Comments: See what visitors say about us. Click Here
Access Statement: Our Access Statement gives more about access to the Museum.
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Helping the Museum: You can help Mersea Museum by becoming a member, volunteering, joining the 100 Club or just by a Donation. See About Us for more information.
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