Discover the best top things to do in Maldon, United Kingdom including Heybridge Basin, Promenade Park, Hayletts Gallery, Maldon District Tourist Information Centre, Maeldune Heritage Centre, Mighty Oak Tap Room, Farmers Yard, Tollesbury Wick Nature Reserve, Thomas Plume's Library.
Restaurants in Maldon
4.5 based on 330 reviews
We Went to the Jolly Sailor yesterday for lunch with my sister and her partner and had the best fish selection ever, it was our 6th visit with a groupon voucher over the last 2 years the owner welcomed us We had a lovely young member of staff looking after us and we really enjoyed our lunch Well done to you all we will be back soon Terri & Ken Georgie & Roy ????????????
4.5 based on 874 reviews
Just got back after a day at Promanade Park with the grandchildren (age 5 and 18 months) Loads to do - playgrounds, a small zip wire, crazy golf, large sand area etc also a huge amount of refreshment places open. But the best part of the day by far was the petting zoo. Admission was very cheap. £14 for all of us and for that you not only got the animals to look at with very knowledgable staff but we also got to pet and hold a tarantula, boa, lizard and a skunk. The lad who did the sessions with those animals was amazing. We all loved it.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
The friendly Maldon District TIC team will help and advise you on where to go and what to do. The TIC stocks many interesting walks and maps for you to purchase and make the most of your visit to the area.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
This centre can be found by the main road junction with the High Street, it has many interesting items to see inside which include a beautiful model of a Thames Barge, a fine tapestry, some ancient artifacts, as well as many many more documents, drawings etc etc which will keep you inthralled, this place is well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
I visited here with my husband to try some of their local beer. It's slightly tucked away at the end of the high street. They had a good selection of real ales and ciders, with wine for the non-beer drinkers. A menu is printed daily with the available beers and tasting notes, which we found very helpful in making our choices (I highly recommend Kings)! Perhaps they could have more beers available, but that's only a minor niggle. We sat downstairs, but they also have seating available upstairs too. There was newspapers on the tables and games available, which was a nice touch. The staff were all very friendly and happy to help with our questions. One even brought over some roast potatoes and was telling us about how pubs used to have to serve them in order to open on a Sunday, which was very interesting! We will definitely be returning again for the good beer and atmosphere.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
4.5 based on 22 reviews
At the entrance near the Marina, there is a little box with maps and info about the circular walk: it's 8 km, so we didn't have time to do the whole circuit. Wonderful evocative views over the Marshes, with lonely Bradwell power station in the distance. A welcome cup of coffee at the Yacht club afterwards.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
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