This museum hosts over half a million specimens and natural history literature & data from over three centuries are all situated in this place.

For those interested in taxidermy, the Victorian taxidermy of Edward Booth will be of interest,  with hundreds of British birds in their natural settings. The museum also boasts a plethora of insects including beetles and butterflies.

The killer whale skeleton  is a huge feature and the dinosaur bone and geology fossils.

The museum features special events, educational programme, children’s activities, research facilities, loan service and museum shop.

Where: 194 Dyke Rd, Brighton BN1 5AA

When:Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm (closed 12-1.15pm),
Sunday 2-5pm (Open on Bank Holidays)

Tickets: Free Admission

Find out more: http://brightonmuseums.org.uk/booth/