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Booth Museum of Natural History

#18 of 167 things to do in Brighton Features Animals
194 Dyke Road, Brighton BN1 5AA, England
+44 300 029 0900
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Created memories I'm sure.

Our seven year old grand daughter was really enthralled by all the exhibits , shame she couldn't... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2016
b2nun
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Hove, United Kingdom
Lovely afternoon

I was pleasantly surprised by how interesting the Booth museum was. It was easy to park outside and... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2016
436clairej
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East Sussex, United Kingdom
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194 Dyke Road, Brighton BN1 5AA, England
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Reviewed 9 October 2016

Our seven year old grand daughter was really enthralled by all the exhibits , shame she couldn't see a lot of them as they were stacked so high out of her eye sight, but hey ho not to worry. Everyone should visit this museum at...More

Thank b2nun
Reviewed 31 August 2016 via mobile

I was pleasantly surprised by how interesting the Booth museum was. It was easy to park outside and the parking was very reasonably priced. All 4 children between 9-3 years of age thoroughly enjoyed this low key, understated exhibit. Each child was fascinated by the...More

Thank 436clairej
Reviewed 27 August 2016

I love this quirky museum and it is packed with old fashioned taxidermy from past times when the british empire explored the earth bringing back samples of the flora and fauna and displaying how the creatures lived and what their habitat looked like. there is...More

Thank Paul M
Reviewed 22 August 2016

Pros - museum is free! - has rare exhibits you won't find in other museums, e.g. skeletons of various animals, heads of trophy animals, so I found it quite interesting Cons - size: you'd be hard pressed to spend more than one hour in the...More

Thank zigzagzag
Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

Have visited before with a group of adults and loved this little gem of a museum then-took family this weekend and love it even more! Seeing how delighted my nephew was with all the displays and interactive exhibits was great. The museum is really well...More

Thank flash21
Reviewed 12 August 2016

I have been to the Booth museum several times over the years, mainly when I was a kid and I was always fascinated by the animals and learning about them. It used to fascinate yet scare me as a child and yet I'd still ask...More

Thank KQuinni
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

Always so many animals to see. You have to keep going back as there is so much. Amazing displays of mammal bones and insects. Very interesting to learn about Mr Booth himself.

Thank AmytravelsBrighton
Reviewed 5 July 2016

The Booth Museum is brilliant, a real throwback to Victorian times, filled with stuffed birds and skeletons and jars of formaldehyde and quirky paraphernalia, with no fancy rubbish such as virtual simulations or interactive exhibits. I was glad there was electricity. There was very little...More

Thank Brombags
Reviewed 27 June 2016

The Booth museum is a bit of a 'one of a kind'. It's stuffed full of taxidermy (forgive the punning!) and is just really interesting for a wander around. Loads of different animals and birds, and is really informative too. Would highly recommend for a...More

Thank Laura D
Reviewed 21 June 2016 via mobile

Stopped in at the museum as it was raining and we wanted an indoors activity. Best range of preserved birds I've ever seen. There is also a Tasmanian Tiger which is incredibly rare. Wide range of skeletons from a huge variety of animals and an...More

Thank Brooke O
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Charlotte R
21 February 2016|
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Response from John C | Property representative |
To confirm previous answers we are happy to welcome visitors with assistance dogs only.
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