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Harlow Museum & Walled Gardens is a significant and historical place with over 1000 years of captured history. The museum’s gallery spaces highlight the history of the town from the Iron Age to the present day. The site is also home to three historical gardens set across two acres of lush green space.
The Museum has at least 40,000 artefacts, the majority of which have been acquired by public donation, mainly from Harlow Town residents. There is a new discovery around every corner, family activities and a seating area perfect for picnics.
Free entry, no need to book.
- Disabled access
Booking & Payment Details
- Free Entry
- Picnic site
- Coach parties accepted
Map & Directions
Free car parking is available on site with plenty of spaces.
Public Transport Directions
Harlow has two train stations - Harlow Mill and Harlow New Town. The closest station to the museum is Harlow Mill.
The nearest tube station is Epping, on the central line, but a bus will need to be taken for the rest of the journey.
Bus services available near the museum are as follows: 59, 508, 509 and 510.The nearest bus stop is on First Avenue.
Cycle racks are available within the car park for bicycles.