Braintree Museum

The Museum’s main galleries chart the history of the town from the prehistoric era up to the 21st century, focusing on Braintree’s archaeology, industry and craftsmanship. Exhibits include artefacts discovered in the local area, a dedicated area for Crittall Windows, and exhibits that focus on the importance of both the Courtauld and Warner textile firms.

Braintree Museum is also proud to celebrate the work of John Ray, widely regarded as the Father of Natural History, with a dedicated John Ray Gallery.

The Museum also offers visitors the opportunity to visit our Victorian Classroom where both adults and children can step back in time on themed educational visits.

The Museum holds many events throughout the year including children’s activities, exhibitions, workshops and talks on various subjects.

Tickets available from this activity

Saturday 6th April 2019

10am - 4pm

Any Big Weekend ticket holders will get FREE admission to Braintree Museum for 1 adult and 1 child (ages 5 -16) on Saturday 6th April 2019


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Opening Times
Tues - Sat 10am - 4pm

Braintree Museum

Manor Street



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Standard ticket prices
Adults £4 Concession £3 Child £3 (Under 5's free)
Nearest Station
Braintree Station, 0.3 miles miles
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