The Big Butterfly Count in Royal Pavilion Gardens: ‘Take Nature’s Pulse’

The Big Butterfly Count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping to assess the health of our environment. It launched in 2010 and has rapidly become the largest survey of butterflies in the world! Brighton Museum needs your help to assess … Continued

Last chance to see a beautiful community group art exhibition

Cool off this Bank Holiday Weekend in Brighton Museum and be inspired by the wonderful artwork created by the local community group ‘Museum Mentors’. The Museum Mentors members manage various challenges associated with disability and have been meeting together with … Continued

Ch-ch-ch-changes: the South Gate of the Royal Pavilion through the ages

The gateway at the southern entrance to the Royal Pavilion estate has gone through many transformations. The existing India Gate dates from 1921 and was designed by Thomas Tyrwhitt in a simple Gujarati style. It was erected as a gift … Continued

‘Hope Welcomes All Who Enter Here’: the Royal Pavilion’s workshop for First World War amputees

The 7th July 2016 marked the centenary Queen Mary’s Workshop on the East Lawn in the Royal Pavilion Garden. During the years 1916 to 1920, the Royal Pavilion was transformed into the Pavilion Military Hospital for Limbless soldiers, which included … Continued

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