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Fishing Museum

201 Kings Road Arches | Lower Promenade, Brighton BN1 1NB, England
+44 1273 723064
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Very nice Free Museum

We enjoyed our stop in here. Interesting facts about the swimming and water polo teams! Also the... read more

Reviewed 14 December 2017
SunnyJunket
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Carlsbad, California
Small and compact but nice museum,

Definitely worth a walk around, this museum is small and compact and traces the history of brighton... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2017
Littlealba
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201 Kings Road Arches | Lower Promenade, Brighton BN1 1NB, England
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+44 1273 723064
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Reviewed 14 December 2017

We enjoyed our stop in here. Interesting facts about the swimming and water polo teams! Also the boat inside the museum made for a museum experience that all ages would enjoy.

Thank SunnyJunket
Reviewed 19 November 2017

Definitely worth a walk around, this museum is small and compact and traces the history of brighton as a fishing town. Definitely worth a visit and children will like it too.

Thank Littlealba
Reviewed 30 September 2017

What a find! It's free to enter and full of information and gems not to mention a huge boat! How it got there I don't want to know as I believe magic had a hand! They need volunteers and when I live there I will...More

Thank Rebecca E
Reviewed 14 August 2017

I'm a northerner, I don't reach into my pocket unless I feel it a must. On leaving I slotted a few quid in the donations pot. This museum isn't my kettle of fish BUT the exhibitions were wonderful. Whether it was Wales v England in...More

1  Thank acton28
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Not just about fishing! There's also lots interesting information, images, films and objects relating to the history of the beach, the swimming club and the Pier. It's free and definitely worth taking a break from the beach to have look!

Thank Nick and Angel S
Reviewed 8 August 2017

This is a free attraction and is worth a stop. The old signs and the old equipment were quite interesting and there were no crowds.

Thank Dennis C
Reviewed 23 July 2017

Problem here could be opening times. Went there twice but it was close. Third time lucky and saw black n white pics of fishermen of yore. Interesting information if you are into social history.

Thank gweeboonhiah
Reviewed 16 June 2017

Interesting little museum with lots of local flavour. Great for a trip back in time - lov d the videos of times past.

Thank Vinophiles
Reviewed 14 June 2017 via mobile

Brilliant place. Very interesting and friendly staff. Easy to walk around and lots to see. Good little find

Thank EmmaH1986
Reviewed 9 June 2017

Maybe I am a bit naive but I never really think of Brighton as being a fishing port but I suppose in the past it would need to have been this to provide industry. As a result the Fishing Museum gives you an insight into...More

2  Thank therichastill
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