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  • Visit Planetarium | Southend Museum
    Advantage Card Pre booked groups 10 or more call for discounts Age Restrictions Planetiarium shows are suitable for most seven year olds to adult Children under five years are not admitted to the Planetarium An age restriction is imposed because the show is presented in the dark and lasts for just over forty minutes Visitor s eyes take several minutes to become customised to the dark If we have to interrupt a show lights must be switched on delaying and disrupting the show for all visitors How to get here Southend Planetarium is situated on the first floor of Central Museum on Victoria Avenue A127 next to Southend Central Library and the Victoria Train Station By Rail Two direct rail lines operate between London and Southend Fenchurch Street to Southend Central c2c line and Liverpool Street to Southend Victoria National Express The journey time on both lines is approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour Closest station to Central Museum is Southend Victoria on the National Express line Upon leaving the station turn right from either exit passing the station drop off zone the Museum s banner situated high on the side of the building should be visable It is a two minute walk By Bus There is a bus hub just outside the Southend Victoria train station Route numbers 7 9 1 2 26b 27 8 20 21a 21b 25 29 15 15b 16 201 215 By Car We are located on the A127 just off the main junction between the A127 and A13 The Museum and Planetarium is brown signed off both roads Closest parking is at the Library car park just off the A127 It is pay and display Mon Sat 9 00 18 00 free outside these hours Sun 11 00 17 00 1 00 1 hour

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Visit-Planetarium (2016-04-24)
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  • Visit Central | Southend Museum
    seaside destination and its rich natural history and fishing heritage We are the home of EKCO with extensive collections telling the story of this iconic radio television and plastics firm Admission is free Opening Times Tuesday Saturday 10 00am 5 00pm Closed Bank Holidays How to get here Central Museum is situated on Victoria Avenue A127 next to Beecroft Art Gallery and Southend Victoria Station By Rail Two direct rail lines operate between London and Southend Fenchurch Street to Southend Central c2c line and Liverpool Street to Southend Victoria National Express The journey time on both lines is approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour Closest station to Central Museum is Southend Victoria on the National Express line Upon leaving the station turn right from either exit passing the station drop off zone the Museum s banner situated high on the side of the building should be visible It is a two minute walk By Bus There is a bus hub just outside the Southend Victoria train station Route numbers 7 9 1 2 26b 27 8 20 21a 21b 25 29 15 15b 16 201 215 By Car We are located on the A127 just off the main junction between the A127 and A13 The Museum and Planetarium is brown signed off both roads Closest parking is at the Beecroft Art Gallery previously Southend Library car park just off Great Eastern Avenue off of Victoria Avenue It is pay and display Alternative car parking is available at The Victoria Shopping Centre SS2 5SP just off the A127 and A13 junction Accessibility Central Museum has disabled access to the ground floor where all the major displays exhibitions are situated and events take place There is no disabled access to the first floor which means there is no access to the Planetarium

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Visit-Central (2016-04-24)
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  • Your Wedding | Southend Museum
    World War II Seaside Science Local History Toys Archaeology British Prehistory The Saxons Mid Lufe Collections Donating Research On the Stour by John Constable Contact Quick Contact Prittlewell Priory Victoria Avenue Southend on Sea Essex SS2 6NB Telephone 01702 212345 Email museums southend gov uk Find us Your Wedding The perfect setting for your special occasion Southchurch Hall is a stunning intimate location for that special occasion and can be hired for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships Dating from the early 14th century the moated manor house is a hidden oasis sitting amongst delightful gardens which provide a superb backdrop for photographs of your special day Inside enjoy a personal ceremony in the great open hall the heart of this wonderfully atmospheric and tranquil building which seats up to 40 guests Our expert staff will be on hand to offer friendly advice and a professional service For more information please contact the Venues Events Team on venuesandevents southend gov uk Gallery 1 2 3 Historic Cliff Lift We will have some exciting news about our running of the Visit Central Central Museum houses the collections of local and natural history Visit Southchurch Southchurch Hall a stunning moated medieval manor house

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Your-Wedding (2016-04-24)
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  • Visit Priory | Southend Museum
    entrance on Victoria Avenue leads into the Car Park Disabled parking outside our Visitor Centre is available but space is limited to 2 cars By Rail Two direct rail lines operate between London and Southend Fenchurch Street to Southend Central C 2 C line and Liverpool Street to Southend Victoria Greater Anglian The journey time on both lines is approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour The closest station to Prittlewell Priory is Prittlewell Station on the Greater Anglian line Those arriving on Southend bound trains should exit the station and turn right onto East Street those arriving on London bound trains will need to with the station via station approach leading on to East Street Continue on until you reach the traffic lights and turn right onto Victoria Avenue after a short downhill walk you will reach a set of traffic lights where Priory Crescent meets Victoria Avenue Cross Priory Crescent and enter Priory Park By Bus The nearest bus stops to Priory park are located on Victoria Avenue and Fairfax drive close the Main Entrances Victoria Avenue 7 9 251 815 and 816 Fairfax Drive 7 8 9 20 21 21A 21B 25 25A 25B 29 407 and B2 By Car The A127 and A13 link Southend to the M25 From the north Southend is accessible via the A1 M11 M25 Junction 29 20 miles A127 From the south Southend is reached via the M25 Junction 30 26 miles Dartford Tunnel A13 Following the A127 Arterial road leading on to Prince Avenue take the 3rd exit on the Roundabout at Cuckoo Corner on to Victoria Avenue where you will see signs for the Priory Car Park Parking at Priory Park is free and disabled parking is available Accessibility The Priory offers disabled access to the ground floor with ramps

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Visit-Priory (2016-04-24)
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  • Weddings in Priory | Southend Museum
    History Toys Archaeology British Prehistory The Saxons Mid Lufe Collections Donating Research On the Stour by John Constable Contact Quick Contact Prittlewell Priory Victoria Avenue Southend on Sea Essex SS2 6NB Telephone 01702 212345 Email museums southend gov uk Find us Weddings in Priory The perfect setting for your special day Prittlewell Priory is a beautiful location for that special occasion and can be hired for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships Watch our short film to get inspired Dating from the early 12th century the Prittlewell Priory is known for being home to Monks of the Cluniac Priory of St Pancreas Beautiful gardens surround the Priory creating a superb backdrop for photographs of your special day Inside enjoy a personal ceremony in the Priory s Refectory the main hall of this historic building which can seat up to 100 guests Our expert staff will be on hand to offer friendly advice and a professional service For more information please contact the Venues Events Team on venuesandevents southend gov uk Historic Cliff Lift We will have some exciting news about our running of the Visit Central Central Museum houses the collections of local and natural history Visit Southchurch Southchurch Hall a

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Weddings-in-Priory (2016-04-24)
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  • Welcome | Southend Museum
    the Stour by John Constable Contact Quick Contact Prittlewell Priory Victoria Avenue Southend on Sea Essex SS2 6NB Telephone 01702 212345 Email museums southend gov uk Find us What s on A comprehensive guide to what s happening at Southend museums Discover something new today Find out what s going on at Southend Museums Venue All Central Beecroft Southchurch Planetarium Prittlewell Month All Feburary June December January March April May July September October August November Prev 1 2 Behind the Scenes in Southend Museum s Archaeology Store Central 05 May 2016 05 May 2016 Lunchtime Curator s Talk Behind the Scenes in Southend Museum s Archaeology Store Meeting point Museums Off site Store Secret Location in Prittlewell Thursday 5th May 2016 12 1pm 6 Join Luisa Hagele Assistant Curator of Archaeology for an exclusive behind the scenes tour of our Archaeology store Please click here to find out more BIBA Exhibition Beecroft 28 May 2016 14 January 2017 Beecroft Art Gallery Central Museum 28th May 2016 14th January 2017 This exhibition explores the iconic brand from its humble beginnings as a postal clothing boutique to its unprecedented success and expansion into the world of home wares cosmetics and even food Biba and everything associated with click here to find out more Behind the Scenes of Southend Museum s BIBA Exhibition Beecroft 23 June 2016 23 June 2016 Lunchtime Curator s Talk Behind the Scenes of Southend Museum s BIBA Exhibition Beecroft Art Gallery start Central Museum 12 1pm or 2 3pm 6 Take a tour of the BIBA exhibition with Ciara Phipps Assistant Curator of Social History and BIBA collector Adam Keppel In click here to find out more Prev 1 2 Historic Cliff Lift We will have some exciting news about our running of the Visit Central Central Museum

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/whats_on/browse/5/? (2016-04-24)
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  • Transience 2016 | Southend Museum
    App Beauty and the Beach Now On Tour Young Archaeologists Club Learning Schools Home Lifelong Learning Romans Victorians The Tudors World War II Seaside Science Local History Toys Archaeology British Prehistory The Saxons Mid Lufe Collections Donating Research On the Stour by John Constable Contact Quick Contact Prittlewell Priory Victoria Avenue Southend on Sea Essex SS2 6NB Telephone 01702 212345 Email museums southend gov uk Find us What s on You searched for Return to events Discover something new today Find out what s going on at Southend Museums Venue All Central Beecroft Southchurch Planetarium Prittlewell Month All Feburary June December January March April May July September October August November Transience 2016 Location Beecroft 08 April 2016 07 May 2016 Transience 2016 Transience 2016 shows selected work across a range of disciplines from the A Level Art Design Photography cohorts at South Essex College Historic Cliff Lift We will have some exciting news about our running of the Visit Central Central Museum houses the collections of local and natural history Visit Southchurch Southchurch Hall a stunning moated medieval manor house Set Southend Museums Home Whats on Visit Us Weddings The 56th Essex Open Art Exhibition The Portable Antiquities Scheme Collections

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/whats_on/event/Transience-2016- (2016-04-24)
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  • Metal presents… NetPark Illustrators | Southend Museum
    locative narratives written for the Park and placing them within GPS co ordinates for visitors to enjoy Each school was working with a writer and illustrator to produce the site specific stories As well as the stories the project created 5 unique artworks commissioned from artists All 10 NetPark works are available to experience free at any time in Chalkwell Park using an iPad in the Park just download from www netpark zone If you don t have access to the right technology come to experience NetPark on one of our Open Days where you can borrow an iPad from Chalkwell Hall and get an advice on using them Saturday 7th Sunday 8th May Thursday 2nd June Half Term Saturday 18th Sunday 19th June Saturday 30th Sunday 31st July Thursday 18th Friday 19th August Summer Holidays Saturday 24th Sunday 25th September The creation of NetPark was supported by the Digital R D Fund for the Arts Nesta Arts Humanities Research Council and public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England Royal Opera House Bridge and Southend Borough Council NetPark Stories The Disappearing Spell illustrated by Maggi Li is a story written with the children of Chalkwell Hall Junior School and writer Lucy Sheerman A boy called Bob is very good at finding things One day he loses something Hello Friend Monster illustrated by Claire Softley a new story written with the children of Westborough School and writer Vahni Capildeo It was a normal day in the life of Future Robot Mark One who had been designed as a girl robot but liked to call herself Mark Robot She was sent so fast that the speed of her journey broke time She was sent from the future into the past Will you join her on her mission at Chalkwell

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/whats_on/event/Metal-presents-NetPark-Illustrators (2016-04-24)
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