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Hastings Museum and Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery located in, Hastings, East Sussex, England. Established in 1892, it originally resided in the Brassey Institute (now the town's library), but moved to its current location in 1927 it displays art, culture, and history from around the world. As of 2019 it had around 97,000 objects of local history, natural sciences, fine and decorative arts, and world cultures. The museum's Durbar Hall was constructed for the Colonial & Indian Exhibition in 1886. It was donated in 1919 as part of the Brassey Collection.

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  • Hastings Museum and Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery located in, Hastings, East Sussex, England. Established in 1892, it originally resided in the Brassey Institute (now the town's library), but moved to its current location in 1927 it displays art, culture, and history from around the world. As of 2019 it had around 97,000 objects of local history, natural sciences, fine and decorative arts, and world cultures. The museum's Durbar Hall was constructed for the Colonial & Indian Exhibition in 1886. It was donated in 1919 as part of the Brassey Collection.
  • Hastings Museum and Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery located in, Hastings, East Sussex, England. Established in 1892, it originally resided in the Brassey Institute (now the town's library), but moved to its current location in 1927. As of 2019 it had around 97,000 objects of local history, natural sciences, fine and decorative arts, and world cultures. The Burton Collection relating to late Georgian London developer James Burton and his architect son, Decimus, are held by the Museum.
  • Hastings Museum & Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery located in, Hastings, East Sussex, England. Established in 1892, it originally resided in the Brassey Institute (now the town's library), but moved to its current location in 1927. As of 2019 it had around 97,000 objects of local history, natural sciences, fine and decorative arts, and world cultures.
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  • Hastings Museum and Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery located in, Hastings, East Sussex, England. Established in 1892, it originally resided in the Brassey Institute (now the town's library), but moved to its current location in 1927 it displays art, culture, and history from around the world. As of 2019 it had around 97,000 objects of local history, natural sciences, fine and decorative arts, and world cultures. The early local history gallery recounts the history of the area from prehistory to the Saxons. Local wildlife is displayed in dioramas of different local habitats, and there is a dinosaur gallery. Other galleries include local wildlife and a Native North American collection, featuring the Plains and Sub-Arctic areas and the life of Hastings-born conservationist Archibald Belaney, who adopted the name "Grey Owl". The museum's Durbar Hall was constructed for the Colonial & Indian Exhibition in 1886. It was donated in 1919 as part of the Brassey Collection. The National Archives Burton Collection relating to late Georgian London developer James Burton and his architect son, Decimus, are held by the Museum.
  • Hastings Museum and Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery located in, Hastings, East Sussex, England. Established in 1892, it originally resided in the Brassey Institute (now the town's library), but moved to its current location in 1927. As of 2019 it had around 97,000 objects of local history, natural sciences, fine and decorative arts, and world cultures. The early local history gallery recounts the history of the area from prehistory to the Saxons. Local wildlife is displayed in dioramas of different local habitats, and there is a dinosaur gallery. Other galleries include local wildlife and a Native North American collection, featuring the Plains and Sub-Arctic areas and the life of Hastings-born conservationist Archibald Belaney, who adopted the name "Grey Owl". The Burton Collection relating to late Georgian London developer James Burton and his architect son, Decimus, are held by the Museum.
  • Hastings Museum & Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery located in, Hastings, East Sussex, England. Established in 1892, it originally resided in the Brassey Institute (now the town's library), but moved to its current location in 1927. As of 2019 it had around 97,000 objects of local history, natural sciences, fine and decorative arts, and world cultures. The early local history gallery recounts the history of the area from prehistory to the Saxons. Local wildlife is displayed in dioramas of different local habitats, and there is a dinosaur gallery. Other galleries include local wildlife and a Native North American collection, featuring the Plains and Sub-Arctic areas and the life of Hastings-born conservationist Archibald Belaney, who adopted the name "Grey Owl".
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