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- 6th July 2019-7th July 2019Paddle Round the Pier is a FREE beach festival located at Hove Lawns and features the very best in water, street and urban sports, live music and family entertainment. Paddle has always appealed to surfers and water-sports enthusiasts, with all the usual suspects from Surfing, Kayaking, Windsurfing, Stand-up Paddle Boarding and Kitesurfing. With so much fantastic fun to be had with great prizes and a chance to try things for yourself on our 20 meter long demo pool.
- The Booth Museum of natural history houses over half a million insects, skeletons and birds and the infamous merman which is a fake from the Victorian era but was highly regarded back then! There are also the 140 million year old bones of a dinosaur to be seen which generally wows the children so it is well worth a visit. Edward Booth contributed a life times worth of birdlife to the museum along with over 650 butterfly types and a huge collection of bone and fossils dating back to the age of dinosaurs. There is an interactive gallery and a host of different events throughout the year. Admission is free and the museum is open from 10am to 5pm through the week and from 2pm to 5pm on Sundays and Bank holidays.gift shop wheelchair accessible (accessible toilet is not currently wheelchair accessible but is accessible for ambulant disabled people) refreshments and children’s play area close by in Dyke Road Park
- Hove Museum and Art Gallery features a toy gallery that includes a significant collection of dolls, teddy bears, mechanical toys, toy trains, dollhouses, rocking horses and tricycles. Another focus is contemporary crafts and fine art. The museum also includes local history displays, and a collection of early cinema artifacts from the 1890s and 1900s. Originally known as Brooker Hall, constructed in 1877 by the architect Thomas Lainson for Major John Vallance. The building is in the Italianate style made popular by Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s residence on the Isle of Wight. It stands in grounds now laid out as a public park.
- The Brighton Toy And Model Museum has an extensive collection of toys and models that extends over four thousand square feet of floorspace, through four of the early Victorian arches supporting Brighton railway station’s forecourt. Founded in 1991, it has over ten thousand toys and models in its catalogue, including priceless model train collections and many period antique toys.
- Brighton Race Course offers great days out in a stunning setting over looking the Sussex Downs and on to Brighton and Hove. The racecourse is just outside the city centre in one of the most beautiful areas with over 20 acres to caters for up to 600 people at private events. Apart from a good day out with friends, the race course caters for weddings, corporate events, parties, Christmas events and singles just wanting a quick flutter on the horses! On average this course hosts 18 race meetings in season and dates back to 1783. There are 18 suites, picnic lawns and fantastic views to enjoy!
- The Brighton Clock Tower (also known as the Jubilee Clock Tower) is a Grade II listed free-standing clock tower in the centre of Brighton. Built in 1888 in commemoration of Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee, the distinctive structure included innovative structural features and became a landmark in the popular and fashionable seaside resort.
- Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is situated in the Pavilion Gardens. The museum and art gallery occupied its current situation in the building in 1902. The museum galleries include 20th Century Art & Design, and Fashion & clothes from the 18th century to the present day. Also many collections of art, paintings, drawings and prints from all over the world.
- Brighton Theatre Royal was opened on 27 June 1807 after the Prince of Wales gave Royal Assent for the theatre to be built. Today this grade II listed building is one of the oldest working theatres in the UK with a fine example of a regency auditorium.
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