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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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Brighton Museums 5h
It's a bug's life for the mid-week draw. We can't wait to see your bugtastic drawings!
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Historic Royal Palaces 10h
Of all the colourful characters who graced the Georgian courts, one of our all-time favourites is Lord Hervey, flamboyant courtier and devastatingly witty memoirist who died on this day in 1743. (1/5 👇)
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Pallant House Gallery 7h
🎉🎉🎉 WE'RE OPEN! 🎉🎉🎉 So what have we missed the most? The architecture? The art? The exhibitions? We've missed all of those things - but not as much as we've missed all of you. You bring the gallery to life!
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RoyalCollectionTrust Aug 4
Windsor Castle is open! While we can’t promise you’ll see the Yeomen of the Guard when you visit us, you can enjoy lots of space and time to explore magnificent royal rooms like the Guard Chamber pictured here at your leisure:
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Brighton Museums Aug 4
Brighton's Dr Dolittle? How ill health and a national emergency inspired vet Buster Lloyd-Jones
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Aubrey Beardsley Aug 3
A write-up of the Yellow Book affair by assistant curator Alexia Lazou:
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Brighton Museums Aug 3
We are very pleased to see that some of you have taken part in our online Mid-Week Draw, here are some of the fantastic works that have been sent in.
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Brighton Museums Aug 3
What's The Dust Destructor? Is it a new super villain? or a Victorian contraption? Find out in today's blog!
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Brighton & Hove City Council Aug 3
How can living, thriving sea life help us limit the climate crisis? Discover Royal Pavilion & Museums' new Ocean Blues website and online exhibition 🐬🐠🐚🌊🦀
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anita corbin Aug 3
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Pinsent Tailoring Aug 1
Pandemic, but make it Fashion! Wearing my mask the other day at the Royal Pavilion
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BHAC Jul 31
What lives in the sea? What grows in the sea? How can living, thriving sealife help us limit the climate crisis? Dive underneath the sea and discover the answers to these questions. Or visit Brighton & Hove Museums' new website:
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Brighton Museums Jul 31
Fancy a little quiz inspired by our collections? Try out the quiz written by !
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Brighton Museums Jul 31
To celebrate the launch of Royal Pavilion & Museums new Ocean Blues website and celebrate National Marine Week (25 July – 9 August), Brighton Dolphin Project are launching a drawing competition where you can win fantastic ocean book prizes.
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Brighton Museums Jul 30
It's summer in Brighton and the guns are on show. A Close Look at a July 1937 display of artillery tractors at Preston Barracks.
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Brighton Museums Jul 29
🐬 Give your week some porpoise with our dolphin themed draw.🐬 To celebrate our new microsite Ocean Blues we have chosen some sea inspired objects for you to draw!
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Brighton Museums Jul 28
Coming to this for a ? Pop into the Royal Pavilion for a true Regency delight! Book your tickets in advance from our website.
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Brighton Argus Jul 27
Great to see the Royal Pavilion reopen in ! The site looked stunning as staff welcomed visitors inside for the first time since
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The Keep Jul 28
We're reopening our doors today & really looking forward to welcoming some of you back! Please remember prebooking is essential & documents must be ordered at least two working days in advance so we can keep everyone safe. More info about reopening here
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Brighton Museums Jul 27
Alpine music and a 'Bar Safari': a Close Look at the entertainment to be found in West Street in 1967:
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