A short walk from Southend on Sea's busy seafront and High Street, the house, gardens and archaeology are a green oasis captured in time.
Interesting interiors are laid out in a series of period rooms including a great open hall reflecting life in the later middle ages, a Tudor kitchen with magnificent fireplace, and a solar wing displaying rooms in late Tudor and Stuart style.
Museum, Garden, parklands or rural site, Historic house or home
Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 14.00
Sundays 11.00 - 15.30
Please call ahead in winter as we close at dusk
Archaeology, Weapons and War, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Social History
- 17 February 2017 10am-3pm
A return to the popular Mousechurch Hall but this time with a twist in the tail! Take a mouse eye’s view of this ancient building and its historic settings. Follow the trail to find the mice. “There were all sorts of mice, small ones, yellow ones, blue ones, ones that looked like they were made of cloth and even one that looked like a mini sheep!” Suitable for young children and those who are kids at heart!
- Family friendly
- Especially for children
Trail & Museum Pencil: £1.50