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#1 of 36 Museums in Brighton
Walking around the best museums is like being able to wander around the mind and interests of the collector or collectors who created them.
I love this quirky museum and it is packed with old fashioned taxidermy from past times when the british empire explored the earth bringing back samples of the flora and fauna and displaying how the creatures live...
#2 of 36 Museums in Brighton
I had planned to go on holiday and i had googled and found this most amassing museum, Perfect for me and my autistic 3 year old!
The guided tour of this small but interesting museum is with a retired policeman, he was knowledgeable and amusing.
#3 of 36 Museums in Brighton
The exhibition had been put together with loans from the Tate,the V&A,the Royal Academy , the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge and several private collections as well as a few works in the Brighton Museums own coll...
It truly is one of the most interesting museums I have seen outside London.
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#4 of 36 Museums in Brighton
I always used to think the highlight of the museum was The Jaipur Gate which links it to The Royal PAvilion's Indian influences - how wrong am I! Staff were fabulous and very helpful
I love this little Museum/Gallery - it's full of truly lovely things, quirky old films of Brighton in a tiny cinema, old toys, a scorpion (you'll need to go to find out more), beautiful ceramics in the cafe and, o...
#6 of 36 Museums in Brighton
The museum is packed with exceptional quality toys and models and the presentation and attention to detail, right down to the correct lighting is most impressive.
They offer to fill in a quiz as you walk through the small museum, and that 'competition' bit makes it fun and interesting for the youngsters.
#7 of 36 Museums in Brighton
This wonderful little museum is always worth a visit but this week has a beautiful and very moving exhibition reflecting the impact of music and film on the Battle of the Somme.
This is a fascinating museum which tracks the history of Brighton fishing.
#9 of 36 Museums in Brighton
This museum has loads!
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#15 of 36 Museums in Brighton
Museum gives very good coverage of the history of Steyning with changing exhibits on topics of local interest like local businesses through the last 100 years or sports and clubs in the 1900s.
This lovely Museum is free admission and very interesting on local history.
#30 of 36 Museums in Brighton