We passed by this place more or less by accident - we spotted it on the way to Devil's Dyke and had read about it prior to that.
The museum is not overly big, however, it has a lot of interesting exhibits. Basically, it 's a collection of stuffed animals (well, and diverse parts of animals), but it is truly interesting to see. They truly try to put the visitor's education forward, however, for certain parts I would have wished for a little more text. In any case, one can see a lot of curious objects, often related to extinguished species (for example, a skeleton of a dodo bird is shown). The most impressive parts are probably the dinosaur bones and the different animals in jars of various sizes. It's an experience for sure.
As a final not, I should mention that the museum is for free! Of course, they are happy to receive donations in case you enjoyed the visit, but this is entirely on a voluntary basis. Such an approach is rare these days, and the Booth Museum is certainly an experience I would not like to miss.
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