Burnham-on-Crouch is a historic maritime town with a picturesque waterfront on the Crouch Estuary.
Located in a former boat-builders premises, the Museum covers local history including domestic life,
boat-building, oysters, agriculture and archaeology.
Open Apr-Oct, WSSu (Daily in Aug) 1330-1630.
A privately owned ¾-mile standard gauge working railway with steam and diesel locomotives.
Museum with a collection of railway items, mainly from East Anglia, including an extensive signalling collection.
Light refreshments and picnic area.
Open see website for dates.
Bus 31/31B/31D/31X from opposite the Railway Hotel (and from near Museum) to Mangapps Railway entrance shortly after the cemetery, watch for the sign as there's no marked stop. 4 minutes journey. M-S about ½-hourly, Sun 2-hourly. For the return journey there's no safe place to wait opposite the entrance, instead walk back to the marked stop near the cemetery. Operated by First.