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Creeksea Cliff is a fossiliferous stretch of the riverbed of the River Crouch which is exposed at low tides.

The finds date back to the Eocene epoch (or period) with the site yielding numerous shark, ray and fish teeth, coprolites and several types of pyrite fossils. Due to the frequency of the finds it is a popular location with beginners and children.

The site is notable due its particularly small shark teeth suggesting it to be a 'nursery', making it popular with seasoned fossil hunters.

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Maldon Museum in the Park

47 Mill Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5HX

01621 842688

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Opening times

We opened again on Saturday 22 May 2021.

Our new opening days and times are: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays, 1 - 4pm

We have been awarded Visit England's 'Good to Go' mark for meeting their standards for reopening.

At busy times we may limit the number of visitors who can be inside the museum.

Hand sanitising facilities are available at the entrance and other key points and all visitors will be encouraged to sanitise their hands prior to entering the museum. Face coverings must be used at all times (unless exempt).

Our stewards will use appropriate PPE as required.

The museum does not have any toilets or refreshment facilities (these are available nearby and in the town).


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