Booth Museum of Natural History

Booth Museum of Natural History

  • Museum
  • 0-3 hours
  • Any time

Opened as a private museum in 1874 by naturalist Edward Booth, the Booth Museum of Natural History is a remarkable showcase of Victorian taxidermy with over 300 dioramas displaying the preserved birds in their natural habitat. There is also an a large collection of butterflies, 525,000 insects, 30,000 plants, fossils, bones and skeletons. Perfect for a rainy day indoors. Entrance is free.

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Booth Museum of Natural History, Dyke Road, Brighton, United Kingdom

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