Brighton Fishing Museum (Brighton) Reviews
Description:Address: 201 Kings Road / Arches The Lanes / Brighton / BN1 1NB / United Kingdom / 01273 723 064
Newest Review: ... photograph of several dozen local seamen, fishermen and boatmen, all named, will delight family historians. Horizontal space is imaginatively divided to display a traditional fishing boat under the high, arched roof. A side room houses a special exhibition on Brighton's derelict West Pier and plans for its future. The Brighton Fishing Museum is administered a trust, as is the surrounding ... more
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by Froxwedge - written on 29/07/10
Tucked away in the former fish market beneath an archway, in the midst of the lower promenade's raucous version of café society, the museum quietly celebrates older Brighton traditions. The museum portrays Brighton's fishing community from the C18 to the recent past. It is particularly strong on C19 photographs, and a 1864 photograph of several dozen local seamen, fishermen and boatmen, all named, will delight family historians. Horizontal space is imaginatively divided to display a traditional fishing boat under the high, arched roof. A side room houses a special exhibition on Brighton's derelict West Pier and plans for its future. The Brighton ... Read the complete review
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