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We came across the Booth Museum by accident having visited the (excellent) Brighton Open Air Theatre directly opposite. A very interesting couple of hours spent here, but I had to keep reminding myself that this is a typical Victorian collection because I found some displays...More
We visited on a Saturday and had a great time. It is crammed full of unusual and interesting exhibits - we would definitely go again. We were surprised it was free as it was bigger than expected, definitely worth a visit.
I have been going here with my daughter for many years. A fascinating collection of taxidermy animals, insects and birds. Free entry (donations) and a good way to spend a couple of hours with or without kids..
if you like the scene of 100s of stuffed birds all collected ie hunted and shot then stuffed by mr booth personally after been expelled from eaton and being supported by his wealthy parents
then go and have a look preferably go over the road...More
The exhibits have not changed since the 1860s, and are all the more interesting for that. New items have been introduced, and are well presented. All very interesting and well labelled. And it’s free!! Brilliant for children,particularly the shop which has really good quality fossils...More