Booth Museum of Natural History
Dyke Road, Brighton BN1 5AA Route Planner
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Mon-Wed and Fri-Sat 10am-noon, 1.15pm-5pm (Sun 2pm-5pm) - closed Thu


The Booth Museum of Natural History was founded in 1874 to display pioneering dioramas of stuffed birds in naturalistic settings. Today, with over 650 000 specimens (zoological, geological and botanical) in its collections, it is one of the country's foremost natural history museums. It also contains a geology section that shines a light on the region's substratum.


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