Art gallery displaying fine detail watercolours by John Harrison, Originals high quailty prints and greeting cards for sale. Tea room providing teas speciality, coffees, lunches, snacks and cream teas. Closed on Mon & Tues.
National Trust property, the mill was originally built as a fishing lodge in 1591 and features stepped "Dutch" gables. There is a millpond and some of the machinery, including the waterwheel which is intact and working.
Professional concert hall / live music venue offering professional/student concerts, musicals, events and educational workshops. Concert hall capacity is 200, disabled access, licensed bar at selected events.
Colchester Castle is temporarily closed for 2013 for an exciting redevelopment. We will be creating new museum displays and improved visitor facilities. The Castle will re-open for Easter 2014. Visit our website for further details
Libraries today are fascinating places. Whether you are interested in reading for pleasure, or want to learn something new, whether you need information or simply somewhere to relax and meet people, your local library is the place to be.
Colchester, CO1 2PG, Tel: 01206 282920
Colchester Town Centre has a lot to offer with a wide range of shops and a great deal of different architechture
High Street, Colchester, Essex, CO1 1PJ, Tel: 01206 282230, Email, www.colchester.gov.uk/Info_page_two_pic_2_det.asp?art_id=5421&sec_id=2825
The Town Hall is a superb example of Edwardian Architecture built in 1902 with outstanding function rooms, still used for their original purpose.
One mile length of line with re-located buildings, large collection of heritage rolling stock, steam and diesel locomotives and miniature and model railways. Special events including Thomas and Santa specials.
Two magnificent 13th century barns, once owned by the mysterious Knights Templar; Tudor walled garden; rural buildings from seventeenth century onwards. Well-stocked gift shop and tea-room. Audio tour guide available.
We are a dynamic group of over 30 professional artists working from our studios in disused farm buildings on the rural outskirts of Colchester. We have a gallery on sight that hosts a full programme of exhibitions throughout the year.
A delightful 16th century cottage just minutes from Flatford Mill. Why not visit our Constable exhibition then sit by the river and enjoy a freshly baked cake at the National Trust tea room and find a gift in our shop.