We are open!
There is always much to enjoy at the Maeldune ….
We are the proud custodians of The Maldon Embroidery providing talks and information on the magnificent 42ft display to reveal the story behind the embroidery featuring the Battle of Maldon and Maldon History to enhance our visitor’s experience.
Visitors to our Exhibition Hall during the year are able to view and enjoy a variety of work from local artists and members of local groups, including photography, paintings – contemporary, watercolours, pastels, prints, fused glass and jewellery art work, multi media and much more. Our exhibition changes every three weeks. For more information visit our exhibition page.
The Maldon Society’s Oral History Listening Station provides a fascinating and rare opportunity to hear local real life stories, told by the people themselves – do come and try it for yourself!
Our displays from The Maldon and Burnham on Crouch museum feature artefacts and, clay pipes found locally.
Our Gift Shop is full of unique craft items from our wonderful local artists and craftspeople.
Entry is Free, we are open Tuesday – Saturday 11.00 to 4.00 throughout the year.
Events & Exhibitions
THE MAELDUNE HERITAGE CENTRE CHRISTMAS FAIR 2020!
“Blackwater Dreaming” Art by George Kowzan
Echo Arts was formed in Bury St Edmunds in 2014 and is an eclectic group of painters, printmakers and mixed media artists.
Art Exhibition, painting, prints and creative textiles from Pat Boss, Coral Kelsey, June Cox and guests.
Hidden nature themed event. Downloads for this event: Hidden Nature LeafletQuiz and wordsearch
‘The best photographs are more than pictures. Download the above poster of this Exhibition HERE
We are a like-minded group of friends who decided to get together to share our interest and love for the diversity in Art.
The Maeldune Heritage Centre hopes everyone is keeping well in these extraordinary times. Our doors have been closed recently although work behind the scenes has continued and plans are in place to reopen on Thursday 9 July with our first exhibition starting on Wednesday 15 July.
Local Artist Jenny Newman will be celebrating the gradual release from lockdown by showing some of her recent work at The Maeldune Heritage Centre.
Our beautiful Heritage Centre