The Museum conveniently has the Brighton terminus of the London-Brighton line on its roof. Travel time from London Victoria Station to Brighton Station (“BTN”) is around an hour, additional walking
time from the ticket barriers to our entrance is around ninety seconds.
Gatwick Airport is about mid-way along the London-Brighton line, so visitors from abroad can take a flight to Gatwick and travel the rest of the way by train.
Our proximity to the station means that there is a handy set of bus stops outside the front of the station, and the main station taxi cab rank is directly above us.
Largely designed before the popular advent of the motor car, Brighton is not especially car-friendly with respect to parking, and local policy is to encourage people to take public transport, instead. However, the station car park is reasonably close to the Museum, as is the car park on Blackman Street, a little further down Trafalgar Street.
If you are arriving by train, exit the front of the station and follow the railings, to the right until you see the subterranean entrance to Trafalgar Street. Walk down Trafalgar Street and under the bridge, and look out for the white “Visitor Information” sign on the left side of the street.