Brighton Fishing Museum,
201 Kings Road Arches,
The main museum arch is the focal point of Brighton's fishing quarter. It contains a 27ft beach boat, prints, photographs and memorabilia of Brighton seafront life from the Regency days to the post-war boom in pleasure boat operations. A computer archive is also available which can be consulted for more information about the local fishing and boating fraternity. The museum also operates a 12 seater passenger boat, Skylark, off the beach in fair weather during the summer months. There are also two shellfish stalls, a smokehouse and a smoked fish shop adjacent to the Museum.
How to get there:
Nearest Bus Service: Pool Valley - 5 mins walk
Nearest Railway Station: Brighton - 15 mins walk