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Enjoy a cultural adventure this half term

Exploring our World 

Join us during the school holidays for a range of family events exploring the natural world at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery. Find out about sustainability and the difference small actions can make. Listen to pop-up storytelling, see our costumed characters, take part in creative activities and get hands-on with our collections.  Find the Art Cart, pick up a children’s trail and set out on your own adventure. 

Drop in 16 to 24 February during opening hours. Suitable for all ages

Free with admission, members and residents free

Make at the Museum

Get creative in our Crafty workshops at Hove Museum inspired by our exhibits. Stick, draw, cut and colour. Can you come up with a work of art?

There are four sessions available on 18, 19 and 21 February at 10am–11am, 11.30am–12.30pm, 1.30–2.30pm, 3-4pm. Tickets £2 per child (advance booking advisable). For children aged 3 years and over. 

See Portraits, Be Portraits

Come to Brighton Museum & Art Gallery and see some of our wonderful portrait paintings chosen by local teachers from Cottesmore St Mary’s and Varndean School. Create your own picture using some of the resources in the gallery. 

Free with Brighton Museum admission, members and residents free.

The Brighton Explorer Pass

One pass, three attractions. The Brighton Explorer Pass gives entry to the city’s top three attractions: the Royal Pavilion, the British Airways i360 and SEA LIFE Brighton. The pass offers a saving of 35%.

  • The Royal Pavilion is one of the country’s most colourful and extravagant palaces, restored to its original 1823 splendour. Hat-maker to the stars, Stephen Jones OBE currently has a dazzling new exhibition in the Royal Pavilion, showcasing some of his most famous designs
  • British Airways i360 is the city’s unique seafront viewing tower where you can view Brighton & Hove, the South Downs and surrounding coast from above
  • SEA LIFE Brighton is the world’s oldest operating aquarium

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