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

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

Scandal and intrigue in suburbia

On the Pull Researcher/Interpreter Gayle Dower explores the scandalous world of blue tit courtship in her research on the Natural Science Collection. Blue tits are cute little monogamous birds, right? Every spring males establish territories, agreeing real estate by squaring up … Continued

On the Pull

This project was an exciting opportunity for Royal Pavilion & Museums to engage new audiences and develop new ways of researching, interpreting and displaying its collections. Part consultation process, part research project and part multifaceted museum experience, it was themed … Continued