Combined Military Services Museum (Essex) Reviews
Newest Review: ... three hours, and ended up having to drag ourselves away. Address: Station Road, Maldon, Essex CM9 4LQ. Telephone: 01621 841826 Open: Weds to Sun, bank holiday Mondays and school holidays. 10.30 - 5pm. Prices Adults £4.75 Children £3.00 OAP £3.75 Family 2 adults 3 children £15.50. Facilities Gift shop (small but enough to keep the kids happy) and although they say refreshments available, it's just from vending machines, so don't expect a nice cafe or anything. Part of the charm of this museum is its uncommercial feel and the fact that it isn't constantly trying to drag more money out of you. Nice clean toilets and a baby-changing area.... more
Customer Combined Military Services Museum (Essex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/06/10, updated on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 128 readings)
I visited this museum in the summer of 2010 with my elderly parents. You know the score, you want to go somewhere...don't know where...just OUT for a couple of hours. Well, they dragged up a leaflet for this museum and off we went - and I can't believe this place is so little-known! It has exhibits from army, navy, air force, special forces, weapons, vehicles and the 'Home Front'. Whether you are a history buff (me), a military buff, a family looking for somewhere different for a trip out (my parents), or a serious researcher, this museum is an absolute gem. You could easily combine this with a trip to pretty Heybridge or the riverside area of Maldon for a ... Read the complete review
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