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Saffron Walden Museum Temporarily Closed

Update  6th January  2021 : 

Following the introduction of the full national lockdown, Saffron Walden Museum will remain closed to the public until further notice and all events and activities are postponed. This is a precautionary measure against corona virus.

We want to keep you up to date with our work behind the scenes, as well as bringing you new resources to support you to keep learning and exploring while you are at home.  As well as our social media channels we have created a new blog – with learning resources, collections updates, exhibitions online and much more! 

Contribute to the “CV Walden : Community Archive” about the Covid-19 crisis

See extracts of the Museum’s  early accession registers

 

In 2020 we introduced new “Click and Collect” activity packs. New packs will be released regularly  and will cover a range of topics. You can order the latest pack here

Check out the latest posts on our Blog!  

Thank you for your continuing support of the Museum. 

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Saffron Walden Museum
Museum Street
Saffron Walden
Essex
CB10 1BN
01799 510333
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Opening Times

CURRENTLY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

Covid Altered Opening Hours: (dates to be announced in due course)
Thursday-Saturday: 11am – 4.30pm
Sun & Bank Holidays: 2.30-4.30pm (please note in the Winter between Nov-Feb we close earlier at 4.30pm)
CLOSED MONDAYS

Standard Opening Hours  (prior to Covid):
Tues-Sat: 10am – 5pm
Sun & Bank Holidays: 2-5pm (please note in the Winter between Nov-Feb we close earlier at 4.30pm)
CLOSED MONDAYS

Here’s all the information for when we re-open later in 2021…..

Additional notes on How to Book

Here’s information about how we have made the Museum Covid secure for our visitors.

Latest News
CURRENTLY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

Current Exhibition:  

Man & Beast
Re-Opening Date (TBC) Onwards
An exhibition exploring the cultural history of animals.
More information