Schools and teachers
Whatever topic you are teaching, the Royal Pavilion & Museums will help to bring it to life. Mini-beasts, Victorian mousetraps, African masks, toys and Egyptian mummies – you will find these and much more in our museums. Our friendly and helpful Museums Learning Team will help you plan and make the best use of your visit.
For a small charge we offer you and your pupils
- Opportunities to handle museum artefacts
- Activities led by experienced Museum Teachers
- Gallery talks and guided tours
- Costumed sessions
- Teachers’ packs with background information on the subject and suggested activities for before and after your visit
Download a copy of the Quick and Easy Guide for Teachers [PDF 4MB] which details all the learning sessions that are available.
Find out more about some of our sessions for Schools
NEW! World Stories: Young Voices gallery at Brighton Museum
Ancient Egypt School sessions at Brighton Museum
Victorian Role Play at Preston Manor
Science sessions at the Booth Museum of Natural History
We offer a range of hands-on workshops and gallery talks led by our Museum Teachers to support a visit to a temporary exhibition.
Information to help plan your visit
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