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Art & Museums

Mersea Island's History spans throughout many hundreds of years as far back as the Romans.  History lovers can visit Mersea Museum to discover the Mersea of the past. 

Art is also at the forefront of Mersea's culture with displays at Mersea Gallery and the Art Cafe amongst others. 

Mersea Island Museum

Mersea Island Museum

We are an independent museum established in 1976 and occupying purpose-built premises in the centre of West Mersea, just to the east of the Parish Church. The traditional local activities of fishing, oystering, wild fowling and boat building are represented. The reconstruction within the museum of a...

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Did you know about Mersea Barrow?

Did you know about Mersea Barrow?

Just up the East Mersea road as you come onto Mersea Island, is a conspicuous mound on the left. It is thought to be a Romano-British burial barrow, to AD 100-120 (although in 2012 there is a growing school of thought that it may be a purely Roman burial mound). The mound was excavated in 1912...

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