Places to Visit


Maldon Town Maeldune Heritage Centre Maldon Town Promenade Park Maldon Town All Saints Church
Maeldune Heritage Centre Promenade Park All Saints Church

Maldon is a historic town rich in heritage, the arts and facilities for leisure pursuits. The Town Council is committed to providing leisure and cultural facilities of the highest order to enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors of Maldon.

For people interested in history, the High Street in Maldon is home to several Listed buildings such as the Grade I  All Saints Church and The Moot Hall and many more Grade II buildings. The Hythe Quay is part of the old port of Maldon that played an important role in the prosperity of Maldon through the centuries. A number of Thames Sailing Barges, originally used for transporting cargo, still use the Quay today, some being available for charter. An ideal location for watching the waterfront activities, viewing the river and saltings. Adjacent, next to Hythe Quay, is the newly re-designed Promenade Park and together with the various other museums, heritage centres and leisure facilities, provide residents and visitors alike, a wide range of places to visit.

Whether your interest is archaeology, architecture, water, power, the arts, wildlife or history the Town's museums, leisure facilities, quayside and heritage attractions will have something to offer everyone.

For further information contact Maldon Tourist Information Centre by telephone on 01621 856503 or visit their website at http://www.visitmaldondistrict.co.uk/. Alternatively visit the Maldon District Tourist Information Centre at Wenlock Way, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5AD, (opening times all year round:Monday to Saturday 10am - 4pm).

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