Exterior of Hove Museum

Hove Museum of Creativity

19 New Church Road
Brighton & Hove

View on Google Maps 0300 029 0900

Housed in an impressive Victorian villa, Hove Museum of Creativity contains a Contemporary Craft collection which is seen as the most important of its kind in the south of England, outside London, and arguably one of the most significant in the country. It also highlights Hove's history as the home of early film-makers, local history and paintings and has a magical Wizard's Attic filled with toys from the 18th century to the present day

(Wheelchair access on Ground Floor only)

Getting to the venue

By train

Nearest station

Aldrington station (0.7 miles)
Hove station (0.8 miles)
Brighton station (2 miles)

By bus

Services that travel past Hove Museum of Creativity include: 1, 1A, 6 and 49. Nearest bus stop is Hove Street 

By car

Free on-site parking for Blue Badge holders.

On-street parking is available in adjacent streets

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