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I didn't really like this Museum. I bought a combined museum an Royal Pavilion ticket. The section on ancient Egypt was quite small and the section on King George 4th was small too. There were a few Manau costumes in the museum and a sofa...More
This museum has a bit of everything - traditional art, interesting furniture examples and some historical artefacts. Some quirky pieces. Not sure it all fits together but quite interesting on a number of levels.
We had some extra time and opted to spent it in the museum and I wish we had been able to stay longer. Some wonderful displays, we focused on 20th century design, fashion history, the Egyptian display and the Constable exhibit that was on at...More
This museum strives to deliver despite its small size. Brighton history section is a must-see for visitors, while the Ancient Egypt and porcelain collections are for south coast residents who don't have time to go to London (British Museum).
As the place charges visitors (while...More