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Booth Museum of Natural History

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Booth Museum of Natural History provides an educational visit about birds, butterflies, fossils, bones and skeletons.

Where is Booth Museum of Natural History located?

Explore one of the best museums in Brighton Overlooking the pretty Dyke Road park in Brighton

What is the history of Booth Museum of Natural History to the present day?

The Booth Museum was established in 1874 by naturalist and authority Edward Thomas Booth. The Victorians were enthusiastic about regular history and Edward Booth's specific intrigue was ornithology, the investigation of flying creatures.

What is there to see and do at Booth Museum of Natural History?

The museum is home to more than half a million specimens and there is natural history literature and data which goes back more than three centuries. Think you know your birds? Go and test yourself - there are hundreds of British birds displayed in their recreated natural settings. Little ones, who will love the whale and dinosaur bones, are engaged by the interactive displays that keep inquisitive hands and minds busy.

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Extra info

Open Times: All Year, Mon-Wed, Fri & Sat 10:00-17:00, Sun 14:00-17:00. Open BHs. Closed 24 Dec (from 15:00), 25 Dec & 1 Jan

Price Details: Free.

Arrival information and directions

Address: 194 Dyke Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BrightonBN1 5AA, United Kingdom

15 minute bus ride from town centre, twenty minute walk from Brighton Station. Buses 27 & 27A.

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