Booth Museum of Natural History
Over half a million specimens and natural history literature and data extending back over three centuries are housed in this fascinating museum. The star attraction is the Victorian taxidermy collection of Edward Booth with hundreds of British birds displayed in recreated natural settings, The museum is also full of insects from butterflies to beetles, a killer whale skeleton and dinosaur bone and geology and fossils.
Plus special events, educational programme, children's activities, research facilities, loan service and museum shop.
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Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Map & Directions
From the Clock Tower, go up Dyke Road - the Booth Museum is about 1.5 miles from the Clock Tower on right hand side.
Public Transport Directions
Brighton Railway Station is approximately 10-15 minute walkBuses 27, 27A stop in Dyke Road
- All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
- Facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors
- Guide Dogs Permitted
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- Wheelchair user accessible
Children & Infants
- Baby changing
- Family Friendly, Children Welcome
- All weather attraction
- Beach/Coast 20 min walking distance
- Event Venue
- LGBT Friendly
- Open all year round
Parking & Transport
- On street parking only
- Railway station within walking distance
- In town/city centre
- Indoor Attraction
- No Smoking Attraction
- Educational Groups
- Family Fun
- Marketed Towards Children
- Marketed Towards Families
- Marketed Towards Senior Citizens
- Marketed towards student/youth
Tours and Demonstrations
- Demonstrations Given
- Educational Visits Accepted
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ACCESS TO PUBLIC AREAS (Displays, exhibits, rides etc)
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