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Local Area of The Ship Inn - in Burnham-on-Crouch

Popular with walkers and the yachting community Burnham-on-Crouch is a busy tourist destination and a great base from which to explore the surrounding areas of the Dengie Hundred which dates back to its listing in the Doomsday book. We have highlighted some of the best local attractions that we think are not to be missed.

Burnham Week

Burnham Week is a Regatta held at the end of August and is the annual highlight of Burnham-on-Crouch’s Yachting Calender.
www.burnhamweek.com

Burnham Carnival

Burnham Carnival is held annually at the end of September, the illuminated night procession is a fun night out for all the family.
www.burnhamoncrouchtowncouncil.gov.uk/burnham-carnival

Saltmarsh 75

Saltmarsh75 is an ultra marathon that runs over 2 days and 75 miles along the Essex Coast through Burnham-on-Crouch in October.
www.saltmarsh75.co.uk

Seal Watching Boat Trips

Seal watching Boat Trips are on offer from Burnham-on- Crouch with sailing dates from March through to September.
www.wildlifetrips.org.uk

Mangaps Railway Museum

Mangaps Railway Museum is located in Burnham-on- Crouch and is a privately owned working Railway and Museum open every Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday from Feb – End October.
www.mangapps.co.uk

RHS Hyde Hall

RHS Hyde Hall is situated 13 miles outside of Burnham-on- Crouch designed with an eclectic mix of planting styles, famous Dry Garden and panoramic views across the rolling hills of Essex, open all year except Christmas Day.
www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/hyde-hall