Museums and galleries
There are several museums and galleries in and around North Laine, and many offer free admission. Here are just a few:
Just click on the website name (in red) to visit the website.
Royal Pavilion – Built as the seaside pleasure palace for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, it has become a true icon of Brighton.
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery – Located in the Royal Pavilion garden. Entry is free to Brighton and Hove residents.
Brighton Toy and Model Museum – Located under four early Victorian arches supporting Brighton railway station, at the top of Trafalgar Street, the museum has more than 10,000 toys and models, some dating back to the 18th century.
Preston Manor – A charming historic house on the outskirts of Brighton, decorated and furnished in Edwardian style.
Booth Museum – Located on Dyke Road, a 20 minute walk from Brighton station, The Booth Museum is all about birds, butterflies, fossils and bones.
Phoenix Brighton – The largest artist-led arts organisation in the South East has exhibitions and events at 10-14 Waterloo Place, near St Peter's Church.
ONCA – Located at 14 St George's Place, it hosts exhibitions and events for a wide range of groups and artists.