Hove Museum And Art Gallery , Hove

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Hove Museum And Art Gallery , Hove - Address, Phone Number

Address: 19 New Church Rd, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex BN3 4AB, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-3000290900

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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The Hove Museum and Art Gallery has its origins in the year 1927. Located in the 19th century villa called Brooker Hall, this museum is a treasure chest of beautiful artifacts and toys. The museum envisages focusing on contemporary art and craft. Besides this, it also holds an enviable collection of dolls, dollhouses, mechanical toys, teddy bears etc. From historical catalogues to fantastical exhibitions and displays like the Wizard’s attic, the museum is well laid out and a whole lot of fun for the whole family. Visitors are welcomed by the Jaipur Gate at the entrance that was commissioned originally for the Colonial and Indian exhibition in 1886.

The museum transports you into a whole new fairytale world with hundreds of stories hidden amongst the whimsical collection.

Hove Museum And Art Gallery Information

  • Full disabled access within the museum.

How To reach Hove Museum And Art Gallery by Public Transport

  • Situated at a five minute walk from the beach. Nearest bus top: Hove street

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  • A small but informative museum with interesting local artefacts. Fabulous toys and a fascinating room of all things 'early cinema'. Simple layout - very family friendly.

  • A nice selection of random strange things. Staff very helpful.

  • When I was younger this place was amazing but it's turned into a place full of stuffed animals. Rather bizarre now

  • Nice range of things, a good, yet small exhibition downstairs and upstairs is a massive floor of old film, pictures and old toys. Very well presented. Cafe offers nice breakfast, light lunch and afternoon tea. Great for kids. Overall a good stop on a trip to the Brighton area.

  • Kids' stuff and modern art. Random

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