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

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

Celebrating 100 years since the Representation of the People Act, 1918-2018

Do You Vote? Their Fight Our Future On the 6 February 1918, eight million women, out of an electorate of twenty one, were given the opportunity to vote. Only women over the age of 30 with educational & property qualifications … Continued

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

Bears in Brighton

From the end of July 2016 until early 2017 there will be a display on bears in history, art and popular culture on the North Balcony of Brighton Museum. It is curated by Lee Ismail, Curator of Natural Science at … Continued

Unearthing a Sussex Loop

Ahead of her Bite-size museum talk tomorrow, Curator Heather York introduces the Sussex Loop. Within the archaeology collection at Royal Pavilion & Museums are four unusual bronze objects known as Sussex loops. They are aesthetically quite beautiful but intriguing as … Continued