Epping Forest District Museum
Epping Forest District Museum reopened on Saturday 19 March 2016 after a grant of nearly £2 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund has helping to pay for improved facilities and displays in the original building and an extension into the building next door with increased exhibition space and an activity room.
Housed in Grade II* listed Tudor building in Waltham Abbey, the museum tells the story of the district through its collections and displays. The newly redeveloped museum features six galleries, the opportunity to see behind the scenes, a lift making the entire building accessible and lovely new community space for all to use.
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Remember that we also run Lowewood Museum in Hoddesdon, another great museum to visit and enjoy lots of different events and activities.
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News about the Museum
- Help save the Willingale Treasure
- Essex wide Livewell campaign launched
- Access a range of services over Christmas
- One month left to apply for the 2018 Creativity Award
- December fun thanks to the Lottery