Odd One Out - from 30th March to 1st of April

Odd One Out poster

Something new is coming to the Museum in the Park this Easter weekend.  We officially reopen for our 2018 season on Friday 30th March and to celebrate we are organizing a special game of ‘Odd One Out’.  Inspired by the hugely popular ‘Spot the Stranger’ which takes place in the High Street, we are creating our very own version, albeit with our own historical twist!

Come to Maldon Museum in the Park this Easter weekend for your chance to win a free entry ticket to Promenade Park activities, to be awarded to those 11 and under if you can spot the Odd One Out in all our rooms.  In each room we will have hidden an object that’s out of its right time.  We have twenty-eight tickets to give away, seven each day, to the first seven correct sets of answers we receive on each of  the days of the Easter weekend.

All are welcome to play along so do come and say hello. The museum will be open on Good Friday and Saturday from 2.00pm, and on Sunday and Easter Monday from 11.00am, until 5.00pm.  On Bank Holidays, Friday and Monday, entry is free for everyone – (but we welcome donations if you enjoyed your visit).


Escape Games on Tuesday and Sunday evenings

The escape room craze has come to the museum courtesy of The Escape Network, who have created a new game specifically for the museum. Called  “The Park Keeper’s Child’, the game is a work of fiction based on the museum building that was once the home of the park keeper for Promenade Park.  Teams are invited to investigate newly found information, crack codes and solve puzzles to discover the fate of the park keeper and his child, and escape the museum before the time runs out.

The Escape Network will be running regular games at the museum on Tuesday and Sunday evenings. Games are for up to 6 players and cost £65 per team.  To book a session all you need do is visit www.TheEscapeNetwork.co.uk


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