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We are the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Museum, Hove Museum, the Booth Museum of Natural History and Preston Manor.
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Here is an old image of the tropical tanks from 1929. See how it looks today by purchasing the Brighton Explorer Pass. Get an exclusive discount when visiting the Royal Pavilion, and grab your tickets here >
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Our exhibition 'Stephen Jones Hats at the Royal Pavilion' is mentioned in this article from
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The Keep Feb 18
What brought about 's Victorian church-building boom? You can find out at our talk by Dr Sue Berry next month! More info and booking details on our website
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Naomi Daw Feb 18
'Gentlemen, when the enemy is committed to a mistake we must not interrupt him too soon.' The transcript of the talk I gave at on lamps, naval history, and the problematic figure of Admiral Nelson, is now available to read on my .
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Brighton Museums Feb 18
Great article from the about our STEM discovery day at the Booth Museum last Saturday.
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Jayne Shrimpton MA Feb 18
Great fun at the Stephen Jones Hats exhibition, Royal Pavilion, From Titanic-era confections to Chinese-inspired styles, hats for foodies and feathered helmets, there's something for everyone! Photographic image:
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Brighton Museums Feb 18
Brighten up a gloomy Monday with a trip to the Royal Pavilion. Get a fantastic discount when you use a the Brighton Explorer Pass.
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Capability Brown Feb 18
Prince of Wales decided to remodel Brighton Pavilion & commissioned to produce Red Book showing it redone in oriental style. have digitised book ’s designs weren’t used & eventually was commissioned
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HelenGraham Feb 16
Took two of my granddaughters to Brighton Museum today to see The Archaeology Gallery. Stunning does not cover it. They were amazed and astounded and I couldn’t get them to leave! The interpretation is spot on and the reconstructions are out of this world.
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Brighton Museums Feb 15
Looking for ideas for ? with The Brighton Explorer Pass. Save up to 35% on Brighton’s top three paid-for attractions.
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Mike Stuchbery💀🍷 Feb 15
Today I learned about 'Whitehawk Woman', who lived near Brighton around 5,500 years ago - you can see her at . I think she's quite pretty. Can't possibly see why she's got some folks upset.
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Brighton Museums Feb 15
We have great half-term activities next week! Come and see our new archaeology gallery at Brighton Museum. Perfect for all the family.
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Museum of Transology Feb 14
Sending love to the Mom (maybe from America?) who left a tag : “My Son is now My Daughter. I ❤️ her more, She has Beauty, Courage, Respect. Love, Mom.”
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Simon Dack Feb 14
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Charlie Snow Feb 14
🏳️‍🌈 Celebrate love and all things at for FREE on Saturday 23rd Feb as part of 🏳️‍🌈 Fun for all ages and all identities 🏳️‍🌈 Can't wait to see you there 🏳️‍🌈
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Brighton Museums Feb 14
Happy day. Here is a lovely image of Venus and Cupid by Walter Edward Corbould from our collection.
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Bernard Donoghue Feb 14
Great visit to part of , the exuberant, astonishing, bonkers fun palace created by the Prince Regent (later George IV) & John Nash in Brighton. It’s always wonderful & though it’s difficult to enhance it, the hat collection of does
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Naomi Daw Feb 14
Really enjoyed Olivia James’ Pavilion Tale about the ‘Shampooer of Kings’, Sake Dean Mahomed! He introduced the practice of ‘shampooing’ to Britain, and opened a curry house in London where the nobility could ‘enjoy hookah and Indian dishes of the highest perfection’.
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Sophie Frost Feb 14
Really pleased to be one of the new Digital Fellows on the project w/ (believe or not, this photo wasn’t taken just before a colourful game of Deal or No Deal)
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