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Contribute & View submissions to the “CV Walden : Community Archive” about the Covid epidemic: See our Page on this link 

We’ve created a new learning website. As well as details of our learning services for schools and informal learning services for all ages; you can also find free online resources to support home learning or to use in conjunction with our loan boxes.

We will keep adding to this resources over the coming weeks and months, to provide free quality learning resources for everyone.

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

Wednesday-Saturday:  10am – 5pm

Sundays and Bank Holiday Monday: 2pm-5pm

CLOSED Mondays.     

Open Tuesdays for schools and pre-booked groups only.

Admission Charges
Adult single visit £2.50
Adult annual season ticket £8.00
Concession (over 65 or student) single visit £1.25
Concession annual season ticket £4.00
Children (under 18) Free

Free or discounted entry is also available to holders of the following memberships or passes:

Saffron Walden Museum Society (free entry)
Museums Association (free entry)
The Essex Pass (2 for 1 entry)
National Art Pass (free entry)
Young Archaeologists’ Club (free entry)

Opening Hours and Admission Charges Page

Latest News
Current Exhibition: 

2 April – 3 July 2022 

All Fired Up!  

A collaborative exhibition between Essex Fire Museum and Saffron Walden Museum on the history of Essex County Fire Service. 

Along with discovering some of the technological developments which have influenced firefighting, visitors will also be able to discover heroic stories of bravery and the human stories behind some of the major incidents which have occurred in the county’s history. The exhibition also touches upon some of the more obscure aspects of local fire-fighting history, including a troupe of fire-fighting scouts, a famous fire-fighting Vicar and the story of how an obscure family pet caused a local mansion to go up in flames.

More information