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Royal Pavilion & Museums Insider -- 3 July 2020

Lockdown may be easing and the sun is (mostly) shining, but we think you may still enjoy some museum-style entertainment at home. Today we introduce 'What's the Connection?', a set of new online puzzles based on our collections.

We also explore the pleasures of the 'patch', tell the story of superstar twins Daisy and Violet Hilton, find out why a biplane once crashed into a Hove street, and look back at the time Canada played the United States in a baseball match in Preston Park.

What's the Connection?

A new series of online puzzles by Grace and Cecilia in our curatorial team.

We've taken groups of four objects from across our collections that are linked by a common theme -- can you work out the connection?

[Caution: they get harder as they go on.]
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Homecoming of the Hilton Sisters


The extraordinary story of Daisy and Violent Hilton.

These Brighton-born conjoined twins became huge stars in America and returned to play at the Hippodrome in 1933. How should we remember them locally today?
 
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Find your patch


In our latest Nature at Home post, Kerrie Curzon of the Booth Museum explores the pleasures of the 'patch'.

How can you enjoy the same nature spot in different ways?
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Sporting behaviour


Our Canadian colleague Kasey Ball was suprised to discover that her national team once played a baseball match in Brighton during WW1.

From her account of the match, it seems local people at the time were also surprised -- mainly about the behaviour of Canadian sports fans towards their own team.
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