Museums & Art Galleries in or near Hove

Hove town is located on the south coast of England next door to Brighton. With a partly pedestrianised main street and a selection of small shops there are good road and rail connections to nearby Brighton and into London. There is evidence of a Pre-Roman settlement dating back to around 1200BC, these artefacts can be seen in the Hove Museum. Museums and Art Galleries in or near Hove Hove Museum & Art Gallery and Booth Museum of Natural History are listed below.
3 Results In Or Near Hove
0.5 miles from the centre of Hove
Discover a world of art and history in The Hove Museum and Art Gallery If you're looking for things to do in Brighton and Hove, The Hove Museum and Art Gallery is a must. Housed in a Italianate Victorian villa which sits in a tranquil garden just off the busy New Church Road a two minute walk from the seafront. Once the home of a wealthy widow, then a place to house German PoWs during WW2, this gorgeous building has a treasure trove of exhibits. If you have children, head straight to...
1.0 miles from the centre of Hove
Explore one of the best museums in Brighton Overlooking the pretty Dyke Road park in Brighton, the Booth Museum of Natural History provides an educational visit about birds, butterflies, fossils, bones and skeletons. 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 natur...
1.4 miles from the centre of Hove
Find an artistic paradise inside The Brighton Museum & Art Gallery Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this iconic Brighton building sits in the heart of the buzzy Brighton city centre. Brighton Museum and Art Gallery houses a cornucopia of fabulous art, from 20th century furniture, glass and textiles to jewellery, ceramics and earthenware. Explore the Willett Gallery, which focuses on 18th and 19th century British social history through its earthenware exhibits, ...
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