Found 108 results in Discover

Photograph of Chain Pier, 19th century

Piers for Pierdom Tumblr

An occasional blog looking at the history of Brighton’s piers. Produced to accompany our 2015 Pierdom exhibition at Brighton Museum. This blog looks back at the lost Chain Pier, the ill-fated West Pier, and the surviving Chain Pier, now known … Continued

Bite-size Museum: Passion for Piers

Pop-up short talks and closer looks at stories from our eclectic collections led by Royal Pavilion & Museums staff. Perfect for lunch-time!

Learn more in the last talk in the Pierdom series on the fascinating history of pier entertainments. With Explainer Jackie Marsh-Hobbs.

Bite-size Museum: Passion for Piers

Pop-up short talks and closer looks at stories from our eclectic collections led by Royal Pavilion & Museums staff. Perfect for lunch-time!

Explore the personality, architecture and history of British piers made after 1914. With Explainer Jackie Marsh-Hobbs.

Bite-size Museum: Passion for Piers

Pop-up short talks and closer looks at stories from our eclectic collections led by Royal Pavilion & Museums staff. Perfect for lunch-time!

Take a closer look at the history and architecture of the West Pier. With Gallery Explainer Michael Carey.

Bite-Size Museum: Passion for Piers

Pop-up guided tours, short talks and closer looks at stories from our eclectic collections led by Royal Pavilion & Museums staff. Explore the personality, architecture and history of British piers made before 1914. With Explainer Jackie Marsh-Hobbs. Special offer After … Continued

Bite-size Museum: A Journey around Britain’s Piers

Pop-up guided tours, short talks and closer looks at stories from our eclectic collections led by Royal Pavilion & Museums staff.
Discover more about Simon Robert’s quest to document our coastline’s remaining pleasure piers. With Curator Jody East.

1 2 3 6