Bring your class to the Booth Museum, a treasure trove of birds, butterflies, fossils, bones and skeletons. Founded by Edward Booth in 1874, the museum remains a fascinating celebration of natural history.
Birds are displayed using the Victorian method of ‘environmental diorama’ that sets them off in their natural habitats. There are over 650 types of butterfly on display and the fossil and bone collections date back to when dinosaurs and woolly rhinos roamed Sussex.
We offer many learning sessions for all Key Stages including Meet the Booths, Skeletons and Minibeasts.