Are you a teacher looking for resources for your lessons? Here is a selection of free and reusable digital resources listed by topic.
Visit Art UK and view digital copies of our paintings.
Tip: You can search for paintings by other categories such as topic, style or date.
Visit our web resource Fashioning Africa to explore the initiative behind this project and view some of the garments, textiles and artwork from the exhibition.
View our Discover Ancient Egypt (pdf) teaching pack for suggested activity ideas.
Read our Museum blog to find photographs of the fascinating journey the Thomas-Stanfords of Preston Manor took through Egypt at the start of the twentieth century.
Find out about our exhibition Queer the Pier, celebrating the lives of the LGBTIQ+ community in our city, with a series of online films and extra stories. Over at Queer Looks Voices hear the stories behind the outfits from this exhibition.
Try looking on our web resource Ocean Blues to find out about local marine life and conservation projects; you can also find a wealth of information about the human impact on the natural world through our Climate Conversations.
Find out about Brighton & Hove’s earliest residents, from the Stone Age to the Anglo-Saxons, with our learning packs.
Take our new virtual tour of the Royal Pavilion.
Visit RPMT’s You Tube channel for videos of behind the scenes at the Royal Pavilion including the recent restoration of the saloon.
Visit our web resource Visions of the Royal Pavilion Estate to see the Royal Pavilion up close including 3D models of the Estate.
Victorian local history photographs and objects can be found on our Digital Media Bank.
Wellbeing & entertainment
View an online gallery of Anita Corbin’s portraits from the First 100 Women photo exhibition.
Local history photographs and objects on the Suffragettes can be found on our Digital Media Bank.
Hear the experiences of former Land Girls interviewed by Brighton & Hove pupils in this video clip from the Land Girls exhibition.
Visit our WWII web resource for an online display to mark the 75th anniversary of VE day.