Grateful George’s horse bling: the Brighton Cup up-close

Curator Alexandra Loske on the Brighton Cup, a trophy that’s currently on display in Brighton Museum, and how George IV supported horse racing in Brighton. It is well known that George IV was a connoisseur of all things bling and … Continued

Introducing Queer the Pier

For almost two years now, the Brighton Museum has housed the UK’s largest collection representing trans lives; The Museum of Transology. The exhibition currently displays diverse artefacts, including everything from prosthetics to train tickets, donated by Brighton’s vibrant trans community. … 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

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

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