Booth Museum of Natural History

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    Booth Museum of Natural History

    BOOTH MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

    525,000 insects and animals, 50,000 fossils, minerals and rocks, 30,000 plants, 11,000 books and maps…….just some of the specimens and data extending back over three centuries in this fascinating Museum.
    Housing one of the most important regional natural history collections in the country, the Museum was the creation of Victorian ornithologist Edward Booth. Booth’s outstanding collection of British birds displayed in re-created natural settings are on show, together with butterflies and beetles from all over the world, animal skeletons from a pygmy shrew to a killer whale, fossil fish and dinosaur bones.
    There is a regular programme of temporary exhibitions, as well as children’s activities throughout the year at the Booth Museum of Natural History.

    Address
    194 Dyke Road Brighton BN1 5AA
    Telephone
    0300 029 0900

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