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Fishing Museum, Brighton

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.9/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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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  • The husband could not resist and do not come here. He is an avid fisherman. And the Museum of fisheries heard from the tourists. Came and donated. So many interesting things here. Many photographs, lithographs, a story in pictures and exhibits. Everything is so realistic. Held here almost 2:00. There are a lot of fishermen. Tell all sorts of stories, and maybe that's true, it was once a very long time. Worth to visit.
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  • A quirky little collection of historic photos and memorabilia relating to the fishermen of Brighton. It's a shame more people don't look around and maybe leave a few pence in the donation box. See wha...  read more »
  • Situated next to the pier, it's worth a visit if you are around, but without great expectations, because it is a small museum.
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  • A great place to catch up with local history. Easy to find. Surrounded by some tasty fresh seafood.
  • Round of a vist to a seafood stall nearby
  • Great atmosphere.
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