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Brighton Toy and Model Museum, Brighton
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This is a lovely little museum and not expensive. The staff are friendly and the exhibits are very well displayed. Children will find the exhibits a delight and older folks will find much that is fond... read more »
I took a little boy with CP there who loves trains, the staff was very accommodating. He loved it, we stayed for almost an hour, which is a very long time for him to be interested in something. We wil... read more »
Down the ramp from the station is the Brighton Toy and Model Museum. Perhaps a third is model railways, including a huge collection of Basset Loake - clockwork, electric and real steam. Also dolls hou... read more »
CHASING ORGASM Roland J. Ruttledge
Under the arch by Brighton Station this is a great idea with wonderful exhibits. Quite small and a little expensive but if you like toys, especially trains, then this is the place for you. Excellent wheelchair access. Tourist information point. Friendly staff.
£6.50 entrance, is a bit rich for 2 rooms of stuff. It's mostly model trains and meccano. This should really be called the Hornby museum. Theres a few puppets, no chemistry or electronic toys.
Quite small, but cute. I sent in with a train discount of 2 for one. I guess it is a nice place to bring your kids, especially if you live in Brighton
Went here with my 7 year old daughter and 1 year old and I must say this compact museum was a hit with both! We had an hour to kill before boarding our train from Brighton to London and given the close proximity to the station, decided to give it a go! A family ticket cost us £14 and the place was packed with all manners of nostalgia ranging from Meccano to puppet theatres and (my personal fave) model trains and cars. There was a treasure hunt for my daughter to complete and given the compact space I was surprised when my husband reminded me our train time as could easily have spent longer there! Couldn't resist getting a couple of vintage postcards on the way out :)) Totally recommend.
Beautiful museum with important collections from all eras. Really friendly and helpful staff. Support this museum, it's culturally essential...just take your time, and you'll enjoy it a lot!
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