Fishing Museum, Brighton

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The Brighton Fishing Museum is a small museum dedicated to Brighton's fishing history. It is located a short distance to the west of Brighton Pier within an area known as the Fishing District in one of the arches on the Kings' Road, which runs along Brighton's beach. It opened in 1992 and is free to enter.
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  • A free museum near the regenerated waterfront. Pop in and mooch round seeing the past life and times of the fishing fleet.  more »
  • I have found this by mistake and I was happy that I did. I am fascinated by the West Pier and this little Museum has a few great artefacts covering it. A few newspapers on the wall and videos about pe...  more »
  • We found this place as we walked along the beach. A small museum with a nice display and it’s free. Worth a visit  more »
  • Pop in and see what Brighton was like years ago. Just as fun as it is now, it appears! Old cine films bring to life good times of old. And it's free, and somewhere to sit for a short while.
  • A great place to catch up with local history. Surrounded by some tasty fresh seafood.
  • It is very small museum, but very nice. When you walk on Brighton seafront, you should go have a look..
  • It's free museum, but very small. I spend about one minute there, not really my "cup of tea", however for someone it can be interesting.
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