A quirky museum reflecting Edward Booth's ambition to capture (and stuff!) an example of every type of British bird. There's also a huge butterfly collection, fossils and dinosaur bones, and an interactive gallery.
194 Dyke Road
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Car: Dyke Road is just off the A270 (Old Shoreham Road).
Bus: Routes 27 and 27A from North Street in Brighton stop near the Museum.
Train: Brighton Station and a 20 minute walk, bus 27/27A from just outside the station, or 10 minute taxi ride.
There’s a children’s playground and refreshments nearby in Dyke Road Park.
We've tried really hard to make sure that all of this information for this day out is accurate and up-to-date, but please contact Booth Museum of Natural History before you go, just to make sure.