Which city museum is home to a working camera obscura - one of only
two in the South East?
It's not the Booth Museum of Natural History with - amongst other
things - its large collection of stuffed birds. It's not Preston Manor
with its Edwardian splendour. It's not the Royal Pavilion - the fantasy
palace of the Prince Regent (later George IV). It's not Brighton Museum,
nor Hove Museum. It's not the British Engineerium with its Victorian
beam engine - beautifully restored and working beautifully. It's not
West Blatchington Windmill.
So which is it?
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