Pavilion Review 1984

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1984. View and download issue number 1 View and download issue number 2 View and download issue number 3 Number 1 Pavilion Under Wraps Discusses the issue of restoration to the … Continued

Pavilion Review 1987

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1987. View and download issue number 1 View and download issue number 2 View and download issue number 3 Number 1 Set Before A King: The Drottningholm Court Theatre 1766-92 Preview … Continued

Pavilion Review 1986

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1986. View and download issue number 1 View and download issue number 2 View and download issue number 3 Number 1 The Music Room Restored An account of the restoration work … Continued

Pavilion Review 1985

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1985. View and download issue 1 View and download issue 2 View and download issue 3 Number 1 Chinese Paintings for the Pavilion Discusses the recently acquired sets of paintings, from China dating … Continued

Why does ‘Whitehawk Woman’ have dark skin?

Since the opening of our Elaine Evans Archaeology Gallery last month, some people have queried why the facial reconstruction of ‘Whitehawk Woman’ has dark skin. Below is an explanation of some of the research and advice that supported the creation … Continued

Late Night at the Booth: Flower Power!

Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of plants and join us for an evening of flower power. Discover the fascinating relationships between plants and their pollinators and learn how flowers have conquered the world! Activities include mini talks, object handling, … Continued

When the Museum Collective met Gilbert & George

One of our highlights of 2018 was the Artists Rooms: Gilbert & George exhibition. In this new video, members of our Museum Collective look back at their time working on the exhibition and meeting the artists. Learn more about the … Continued

FREE Discovery Day: The Wonder Women of STEM

Celebrate International Day for Women and Girls in Science at our family friendly discovery day. Get hands-on with activities led by local women in STEM and find out who their unsung heroes are. Meet Mary Anning and discover fossils on our handling … Continued

The Snowman visits the Royal Pavilion Estate

The Snowman recently dropped into the Royal Pavilion Estate to take a tour around our museums. First he popped into Brighton Museum to see our exhibition that celebrates the 40th anniversary of Raymond Briggs’ classic picture book, He then came … Continued

See Portraits Be Portraits

This lovely photo shows pupils from St Luke’s primary school in Brighton who enjoyed a fun session at the See Portraits Be Portraits show at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery. The show features a range of portraits from our collections … Continued