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Standard opening times
|Tuesday to Friday:||10:00am – 5:00pm|
|Saturdays:||11:00am – 5:00pm|
|(last admission at 4:15pm)|
|Closed Sundays and Mondays*|
We will be closed on the morning of Friday the 10th of November to host the launch of the new Brighton Monopoly board, so unfortunately we will not be open to the public.
We will be opening at 12:30pm so please plan your visit accordingly.
The Museum is closed to the public on Mondays, except for pre-booked school visits. PLEASE CALL TO CHECK AVAILABILITY AND BOOK IN ADVANCE.
Please visit the Parents and Teachers page for more information.
Group visit restrictions
Access to some areas of the Toy Museum may be limited during school visits, which typically happen between 10am-~2pm, on weekdays. Larger group visits are usually scheduled for Mondays. You may, of course, still visit the Museum, it might just take longer to see some of the exhibits.
Group visits should be arranged in advance to avoid scheduling conflicts, especially during term time. Call 01273 749494 to check for available times.
|Children (ages 4 to 15)||£4.00|
|Students (With Valid ID)||£4.00|
|Senior Citizens (60+)||£5.50|
|Family (2 adults plus up to 3 children)||£14.00|
|Concessions for Disabled Visitors ( Includes 1 Carer)
|Schools & Groups of 12 or more||POA|
The price of admission not only allows visitors to take as long as they like to see the Museum and return as many times as they like during the same day, it also includes a voluntary donation which helps raise funds for maintenance and renewal of exhibits and allows us to collect a Gift Aid reimbursement from the government as long as you can provide us with some basic details when buying your tickets.
We also offer a variety of membership options which, not only, give visitors who find themselves coming on a regular basis substantial entry cost saving, but also, entitle them to a range of benefits. Click the link below to see our full range of membership options and costs:
Admission to the foyer area containing the Shop, Visitor Information Point and the “Glamour of Brighton” exhibition is free, and the Museum welcomes visitors to this space without obligation.
Brighton Toy and Model Museum is underneath Brighton Railway Station, set into the arches below the station forecourt.
If you are coming from the train station, turn right as you leave building and then circle around to your left. Walk down Trafalgar Street and look out for the white “Visitor Information” sign, on the left side of the street just before you leave the cover of the overpass.
This short clip shows you exactly how to find us.
Visitors are welcome to photograph or video the exhibits under two conditions. 1. No flash is used and 2. The resulting photos or videos are used for non commercial purposes only.
If you would like to come and photograph the objects here with a view to publishing them either on-line or in print please contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your requests on a case by case basis.
Though situated in a Victorian building, adaptations have been made to enable wheelchair access to almost every public area. If you need any help, simply ask any member of staff who will be pleased to assist you.
One of our toilets has been adapted to facilitate visitors with extra needs. Just advise us upon arrival if anyone in your party has mobility issues.
PLEASE NOTE: While we can accommodate standard and powered wheelchairs, due to some tight corners in the museum and the restrictions of our access ramp, we are unable to allow mobility scooters (either 3 or 4 wheel) into the museum gallery. If you are in any doubt that we will be able to grant you access, please call us prior to your visit.
While the Museum does not have its own car park, this map shows the car parks within easy walking distance.
School Trips and Group/Community visits
School party visits can be themed to your particular National Curriculum requirements, and teachers can visit free of charge to discuss a plan before the visit. Find out more on our Education and Schools page or contact Brighton Toy and Model Museum for further information.