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From the road all you can see are a few huts and boats on the
Beach, but if you go down to the beach you find the museum is in the arches under the road. It is a typical small-town museum, lots of photographs and...More
This is a very small museum made up of several restored boats as well as photographs and other memorabilia from the time when every port of any size had its own fishing fleet. It's a reminder of the importance of the fishing industry during a...More
This is a small museum on the seafront – free entrance but donations encouraged – dominated by the Sussex Maid - a wooden fishing boat that you wonder how it got there – charts the rise and fall of fishing in Brighton – loss of...More
Found this on the seafront area as we were walking to the pier, great to see a little collection like this together and although it didn't tell a story as such it was still good to see all this in one place. Worth a visit.