13th Burnham Art Trail
Saturday 24th June to Sunday 2nd July 2017
Burnham is situated on the north bank of the River Crouch on a peninsula of land to the southeast of Chelmsford, the county town of Essex. The town receives many visitors throughout the summer months, many of them yachtsmen taking advantage of the sailing clubs, enjoying the cruising and racing that is an essential element of the community.
The quayside hums with activity as visitors stroll along the waterside and enjoy views of the river, soaking up the atmosphere or visiting the town’s many pubs, cafés and restaurants.
How to get here
Yachtsmen will already be very familiar about how to reach Burnham. However, it is also easily reached by both road and train. Or you could take to the water and try the ferry!
The scenic Crouch Valley line is operated by Abellio Greater Anglia.
Buses services, 31X from Chelmsford via Maldon and D6 from South Woodham Ferrers operate regularly. Within the area the Dengie 100 bus link provides regular mini coach transfer between all parts of the Dengie 100.
Alternatively at weekends you could take the Burnham Ferry between Essex Marina, Wallasea Island and Burnham-on-Crouch Town Quay. Their Dial-a-Ferry runs 6 days a week through the summer months and links with Southend buses.
Free parking is readily available. For our first venue, the Burnham Museum, set your Sat Nav to CM0 8AS or for the High Street CM0 8AG.
For all travel information and timetables please contact Burnham Tourist Information Centre on 01621 784785