Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Brighton Museum of toys with history

Brighton Toy and Model Museum is located underneath the forecourt of Brighton Railway Station. In museum you can see classic Bavarian Shop and miniatures from 1910, 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 diecast vehicle exhibits including Corgi, Dinky and Budgie.

Contact details:

Address: 52-55 Trafalgar Street Brighton BN1 4EB.
Telephone : 07273 749494

Opening hours:

Tuesday – Friday 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday – 11:00 – 17:00

Admission Prices:

Adult – £4:00
Child/Student/Disabled – £3.00
Family of 2 Adults+2 Children (4+) – £12.00

Brighton Toy and Model Museum is lovely place of visit any time of the year.

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery – FREE museum

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery is located in the Royal Pavilion gardens. It is a 15 minute walk from Brighton train station and very close to bus stops. There is full disabled and wheelchair access.

Contact details:

Royal Pavilion Gardens
East Sussex
United Kingdom


Telephone: 03000 290900

Fax:  03000 290908


Opening times:

Tuesday – Sunday 10:00 – 17:00
Museum is closed Mondays (except public holidays 10:00 – 17:00)
Closed 24 December (from 14:30) and all day on 25 & 26 December 2011 and 1 January 2012
Brighton History Centre open from Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 – 17:00 (including public holidays)

In Brighton Museum & Art Gallery you can find education facilities with an art room and The Gallery Café overlooking the 20th Century Art & Design gallery whis is a perfect for having delicious light lunches and traditional afternoon teas. Café is open on Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 – 16:30 and on Sunday 12.30 – 16:30.

There is as well museum shop selling souvenirs and gifts reflecting the museums gallery themes and collections. Great art, Egyptian gallery, early film history of Brighton and Hove or killer whale skeleton are just examples of amazing museum treasure. And best thing is that admission is absolutely free.

Brighton museums offers a cultural fix for all tastes.