Brighton Museum of toys with history
Brighton Toy and Model Museum is located underneath the forecourt of Brighton Railway Station. In the museum, you can see classic Bavarian Shop and miniatures from 1910, the best display of Hornby ‘O’ gauge trains 1920-1956, dolls and miniatures displaying traditional Japanese culture, amazing variety of soft toys from Edwardian days onwards, practical construction experience for the young 1910 -1980, toys from 1950, unique SPOT-ON collection of die-cast vehicle exhibits including Corgi, Dinky and Budgie.
Address: 52-55 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, BN1 4EB.
Telephone : 07273 749494
Tuesday – Friday 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday – 11:00 – 17:00
Adult – £4:00
Child/Student/Disabled – £3.00
Family of 2 Adults+2 Children (4+) – £12.00
Brighton Toy and Model Museum is a lovely place to visit any time of the year.
Churchill Square Shopping Centre: This is a popular shopping centre located just a few blocks from the museum. It features many high street shops, cafés and restaurants.
North Laine: This area is known for its Bohemian vibe and independent shops selling everything from vintage clothing to handmade crafts.
St. Peter’s Church: This historic church is located near the North Laine and dates back to the 19th century. It has beautiful stained-glass windows and an impressive clock tower.
Brighton Dome: Located next to the Royal Pavilion, this venue hosts concerts, theatre performances, and other cultural events throughout the year.
The Open Market: A bustling indoor market featuring stalls selling fresh produce, jewellery, books, music and much more.