Ever wondered how long it takes to decorate the Royal Pavilion for Christmas? Watch the process with the time-lapse video below in just over two minutes. We can assure you that it takes a bit longer in real time.
Image of the Month: December 2018 These players from the Brighton & Hove Albion football team were photographed by the Brighton & Hove Herald newspaper on 11 December 1937. They are at Hove railway station, the nearest station to the … Continued
Back in the summer we hosted Portslade based artists Blast Theory in Brighton Museum. With the support of the University of Nottingham’s Mixed Reality Lab, they spent three days testing an experimental new smartphone app named GIFT, to create virtual … Continued
One of the highlights of our year has been opening the restored Royal Pavilion Saloon to the public. The restoration work took many years, and the talents of skilled creators outside of our team. The video below by Humphries Weaving … Continued
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
We’re very sad to say goodbye to Gilding Conservator Norman Stevens who is retiring from the Royal Pavilion after 39 years. Norman has been a hugely important member of staff working on a range of conservation projects through the building … Continued
The new Elaine Evans Archaeology Gallery in Brighton Museum & Art Gallery opens in January 2019. As part of the research for the gallery, Grant Cox of ArtasMedia created several 2D digital stills reconstructions of the key archaeological sites in the Brighton … Continued
Artists from our Museum Mentors have been studying Royal Pavilion & Museums’ unique collection of Victorian Christmas cards. Museum Mentors is a collaborative and inclusive group of artists. Some are marginalised artists who benefit through support and mentoring. Access to … Continued