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Friday, 15 May 2015

The Future For Brighton Toy and Model Museum is With the Cards


Brighton Toy and Model Museum has finally welcomed the Twenty First Century through its doors and has introduced card payments behind the till meaning we won’t send you away if you don’t have enough cash on you anymore!

There are many things going on at Brighton Toy and Model Museum at the moment. New layouts for the OO railway sets, new display cabinets for our Corgi car collections, and a new display of biscuit tins, which were highly decorated and often doubled, when empty, as toys in their own right.
As part of these modernisations, we’ve also gone and got ourselves a card machine so we can let visitors in without the inconvenience of having to go to the nearest cash point. We’re hoping that this advance will mean not having to send people back out into the rain when they stopped in to keep dry, instead converting them in to happy visitors, as well as welcoming people who’ve made the journey specifically to come and see us, only to have the inconvenience of needing to go and get cash from the train station before they can enjoy their visit to us.

We’ve never been happy about the trouble it’s caused our visitors in the past when they can’t pay by card and now that we are able to take payment in whatever form you choose we hope to be able to guarantee an untroubled visit for everyone who wants to enjoy our collections.
For more information about opening times, admission fees or group bookings please call us on 01273 749494 or email info@brightontoymuseum.co.uk

Our admission prices have recently been revised.
Adults:                                           £6.50
Seniors: (60+)                                 £5.50
Children (4-15 years) and Students:   £4.00
Family (2 adults and 3 children):      £14.00
Schools and Groups:                       Price on Application
Disabled (plus 1 carer):                    £5.50