Quirky automata, magical mechanical contraptions from the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and fabulous flying machines are among the whimsical and wonderful inventions of Rowland Emett (1906-1990).
The Exploratory Lunacycle has brought its moon rock samples to Hove Museum and the Humbug Major is thinking of sweets.
The Featherstone Kite Flying Machine has swooped into Brighton Museum
The Little Dragon Carpet Sweeper is cleaning in the the Booth Museum
and at Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft The Fairway Birdie is playing golf.
In collaboration with The Rowland Emett Society
Please note: We are very sorry but there is no Rowland Emett machine on display at the Royal Pavilion as advertised in the May-August 2015 What’s On.
Free with Museum admission. You can buy tickets by telephoning the Events Booking line on 03000 290902 (Mon-Fri) or in person at any of our venues. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries. A £1.50 booking fee may apply to some events. Tickets cannot be reserved without payment. Please book early as an event may be cancelled if too few tickets have been sold.