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All reviews local history couple of hours rainy day toy section children's toys on display nice building church road nice cafe tucked away kids will love i've visited worth a visit friendly staff free entry exhibits craft
Not for the first time I walked all the way to the museum only to find a piece of paper taped to a sign saying the museum was closed due to illness. This has happened the last 2 times I have tried to visit. I...More
I went mainly for the Star Wars exhibition but found plenty of other interesting bits and pieces. The highlight turned out to be The Praxinoscope which was actually designed in France by a relative of one of my mothers friends! Free entry so if you...More
Overall the trip was ruined because of rude staff, I rbougjrh friends and their children. The man behind the counter from the moment we arrived spoke to us rudely, our children were doing the dress up and again he was rude , I’ll be coming...More
When we visited they had an exhibition on aliens and zombie art work which was fun. I also enjoyed the permanent exhibitions on cinema (I didn't realise Brighton was the centre of cinematography at the end of the 19th century) and on children's toys. The...More
The museum is located in New Church Road and is just under one mile away from Hove station.
It is housed in a refurbished Victorian villa and the exhibits are located on a couple of levels. There is a lift available for use.