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Wednesday 18th September 2019 marked the day 90 years ago that Hove Borough Fire Brigade in Hove Street received its new PN 4119 reg fire engine from Dennis Brothers of Guildford. Read more on our blog.
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Last chance to catch our display 🦄 from Around the World🐉 Ends 30th Sept-little over a week left! Enjoy gems of inc ’s & GoldenAge . Please call ahead if travelling from afar!
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Brighton Museums Sep 18
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In Eighteen Century European art and architecture the pagoda was perhaps the most universal symbol of the Orient.
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Brighton Museums Sep 18
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During the Regency period travelling to China was very dangerous. Ships would often have to navigate through storms and often would be attacked by pirates.
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The pagodas were bought by George with the Royal Pavilion’s Music Room in mind.They were acquired in China and travelled 5000 miles with the Prince’s envoy Dr J.J. Garrett in his cabin to England.
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Brighton Museums Sep 18
A Prince’s Treasure opens on Saturday! Four spectacular pagodas decorated with famille rose enamels, fish, kylin dogs and golden bells will be on display in the Music Room. Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2019
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In Eighteen Century European art and architecture the pagoda was perhaps the most universal symbol of the Orient.
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Brighton Museums Sep 18
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During the Regency period travelling to China was very dangerous. Ships would often have to navigate through storms and often would be attacked by pirates.
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Brighton Museums Sep 18
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The pagodas were bought by George with the Royal Pavilion’s Music Room in mind.They were acquired in China and travelled 5000 miles with the Prince’s envoy Dr J.J. Garrett in his cabin to England.
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Brighton Museums Sep 17
Our new display A Prince's Treasure From Buckingham Palace to the Royal Pavilion opens this Saturday. Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2019
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Brighton Museums Sep 16
The Royal Pavilion is closed this week as we install A Princes Treasure Brighton Museum will be open from 9.30 am each day.
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Naomi Daw Sep 14
Here’s the Scadbury Manor ‘baby house’ which has also been on display for at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery. It dates from 1730-1740 and is an architecturally accurate miniature (‘baby’) version of a full size Georgian house.
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The Keep Sep 12
Fascinating blog post by Esther Gill, project manager of , about the theme of in BBC Radio Brighton recordings currently being digitised & catalogued. You can hear some extracts too!
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Dan Robertson Sep 13
A reason to be cheerful! Out of ’ stores and on display for the first time in a number of decades, a beam of some note! See it today at Brighton Museum’s event, 11am-4pm 👑
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National Lottery Heritage Fund Sep 14
Looking for something to do this Saturday? is having a free theme day from 10 am to 5 pm!
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Brighton Museums Sep 13
It's free day tomorrow. Come to the Museum Lab and celebrate the rich history of Brighton Museum’s collections, with bite-size talks and behind-the-scenes glimpses at objects not usually on display.
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Brighton Museums Sep 13
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Brightonians were known to suspend the stones outside the door of cottages in Brighton or outside houses in Patcham and Southwick.
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Brighton Museums Sep 13
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Lucky stones were hung by doors to protect against witches and evil fairies and worn around the neck to worship the god of Luck.
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Brighton Museums Sep 13
Felling unlucky on ? These Lucky stones may help with that!
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remixthemuseum Sep 12
Our exhibition ‘Extinction & Environment’, featuring animations by young people, is now on display -
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