Museum, Shopping, BrightonPrices valid until 31 March 2020

Entry is FREE for Brighton & Hove residents

Adult £6.00
Child* (5-18) £3.50
*We welcome all unaccompanied children aged 14 and over to all our sites. Children under the age of 14 will need to be accompanied by a person aged over 16.

Family tickets
2 adults and 2 children £15.50
1 adult and 2 children £9.50

Carers accompanying disabled visitors Free
Brighton & Hove Residents FREE (see Free entry)

Please note that these prices apply to tickets bought at the Brighton Museum entrance.
Most individual admissions tickets are 10% cheaper if bought online in advance of your visit.

History Pass
You can now buy a ticket to visit two of Brighton’s most iconic and unique historic buildings. Buy a History Pass for reduced entry to The Royal Pavilion and Brighton Museum. Ideal for families planning a weekend of history exploring the History Pass is your ticket to a whole world of amazing objects and Regency wonders.
Adult £17.00
Child £10.00
Family (2 Adults, 2 children) £44.00
Family (I Adult, 2 Children) £27.00
Valid for 3 consecutive days

Free entry

Brighton & Hove Residents living within postcodes BN1, BN2, BN3 or BN41 and students studying at Brighton or Sussex University can enjoy free admission to Brighton Museum all year round:

  • All Brighton & Hove residents and accompanying children are free. Proof of Brighton & Hove residency is required per adult – eg driving licence, council tax/utility bill or library card.
    14-18 year olds visiting independently require proof of Brighton & Hove residency – eg library card/school library card, bus pass, school uniform.
  • Students registered at either Brighton or Sussex University are also entitled to free admission even if they live outside of the city. A student card confirming current undergraduate or postgraduate study is required.

Organised school visits and teachers planning a school trip to the museum are also entitled to free admission. See our School Visits page for details.

Royal Pavilion & Museums Foundation members

You can enjoy free admission to Brighton Museum all year round with membership of the Royal Pavilion & Museums Foundation. This is the charity that supports the work of the Royal Pavilion & Museums.

Valid from 1 April 2020 until 31 March 2021

Entry is FREE for Brighton & Hove residents

Buy tickets online in advance and save 10%

Your Museum for a Year
Our standard admission tickets include free return visits for a year from the date of issue, at no extra cost (excluding promotional offers and group tickets).

Brighton Museum Annual Pass
This pass is ideal for those making a visit to just one of our museums.

Adult £6.20
Child* (5-18) £3.60
*We welcome all unaccompanied children aged 14 and over to all our sites. Children under the age of 14 will need to be accompanied by a person aged over 16.

Family tickets
2 adults with up to 2 children £16.00
1 adult with up to 2 children £9.80

Multi Attraction Annual Pass
If you live in Brighton & Hove or are a regular visitor, this pass will provide you with unlimited access to our museums for a year.

Entry to the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Museum (open all year) and Preston Manor (open Apr-Sep):
Adult £25.00
Child £15.00
Family (2 Adults, 2 children) £65.00
Family (I Adult, 2 Children) £40.00

For groups of 15 or more visit our Travel Trade and Groups page

Free entry
Brighton & Hove Residents living within postcodes BN1, BN2, BN3 or BN41 and students studying at Brighton or Sussex University can enjoy free admission to Brighton Museum all year round:

  • All Brighton & Hove residents and accompanying children are free. Proof of Brighton & Hove residency is required per adult – eg driving licence, council tax/utility bill or library card.
  • 14-18 year olds visiting independently require proof of Brighton & Hove residency – eg library card/school library card, bus pass, school uniform.
  • Students registered at either Brighton or Sussex University are also entitled to free admission even if they live outside of the city. A student card confirming current undergraduate or postgraduate study is required.

Carers accompanying disabled visitors Free

Organised school visits and teachers planning a school trip to the museum are also entitled to free admission. See our School Visits page for details.

Become a Gift aid visitor at no extra cost
Choosing to Gift Aid your admission will not cost you a penny more, but would enable The Royal Pavilion & Museums Trust, a registered charity, to benefit from an additional 25p from the UK Government for every £1 of your admission. To be able to Gift Aid your admission you need to be a UK tax payer and we can only claim Gift Aid if you are purchasing for yourself and your family.