The Best Landmark in Chelmsford

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Chelmsford, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Hylands Park, London Road, Chelmsford CM2 8WQ

Since 1730

Landmark, Historical Place, House, Estate, Landscape, Garden, Tourist Attraction, Architectural Building, Performance Venue, Events, Venue Hire, Weddings, Guided Tour, One World Garden, Huttons Courtyard Cafe, Craft Studios, Gift Shop, Interpretation Rooms, Education Room & Stabling for Horses

March to December 2018 First Sunday of every month free entry to the public from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm - It is a Grade II neo-classical villa situated within Hylands Park a 232-hectare (574 acre) park

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Went to Hylands House for the first time yesterday evening for a Rat Pack Tribute Evening. We eventually found the correct entrance - there are two and there were no clues or directions on either entrance or the website and they are a long way apart! The concert was in the Stables Block which was lovely and intimate with refreshments and toilets close by. The food and drink was very good and reasonably priced and all the staff very helpful and friendly. Ian Gallagher as Sinatra was fabulous.

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Tindal Square, Chelmsford CM1 1QH

Since 1791

Hall, Historcial Places, Landamrks, Architectural Buildings, Historical Buildings, Public Meeting Rooms, Commercial Office Spaces, Public Meetings, Civic Ceremonies & Major Events

It is an iconic Grade II listed Georgian building - It built by local Architect and Essex County Surveyor John Johnson, it features a Portland Stone facade - One of the oldest and most prominent buildings in Chelmsford, it was built as a courthouse

Call for Hours

Got some fantastic memory's from family weddings to party's be great to see it in use again.
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Kingston Crescent, Chelmsford CM2 6DA

Since 1840

History Museum, Education Programs, Collection, Research, Craft Workshops, Evening Talks, Monthly Toddler Classes, Group Visits, School Sessions, Craft Activities & Events

Free Admission - The museum tells the story of the history of the police in Essex from the Victorians to modern day - Over 25,000 items in the collection consisting of objects, photos and paper documents

Sat & Wed 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

I have been meaning to go here for ages but with the limited opening times (Sat 10-4 and sometimes on Wednesdays) I have had to plan the trip slightly. It was worth the wait as we had a really good time. It is small but there is a lot to read with extra information available if you want to know more. There are lots of things to keep children entertained but I quite enjoyed taking my finger prints and then looking at the type of pattern I have. We were there for over an hour and you could spend.

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