Dick's Bar, named in honour of life president Dick Knight, is located above the club shop at the American Express Community Stadium's North Stand.
Serving a range of light meals and savoury and sweet snacks, as well as beers, wines, hot and cold soft drinks, it is open to the public on non-matchdays and to ticket holders before and after Albion fixtures at the Amex Stadium.
The bar pays tribute to the legendary former Albion chairman, who rescued the club from near extinction in 1997, before playing an instrumental part in the club's rise through to 2009 leading the push for the Amex stadium.
Non-Match Day Opening Hours
Mon - Fri: 9:00-14:00
Saturdays & Sunday: Closed
BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION MUSEUM
Why not visit Brighton & Hove Albion's stunning museum - located above the Seagulls Store and next to Dick's Bar now open to the general public.
The museum features a number of video films, featuring various periods in the club's history, including the 1983 FA Cup run, the final season at the Goldstone and the fight for the new stadium.
Museum now only opens for Tours.
We would advise allowing at least one hour to view the museum, and therefore please note that the last admission is one hour before closing.
Season-ticket holders, Young Seagulls Plus, Bronze and Blue members receive one free admission per membership, per season.
A general admission ticket will need to be collected from the ticket office and shown alongside your season-ticket smart card to gain entry. Non-season ticket holders will need to purchase a ticket from the ticket office on the day. Please note, we are not taking bookings over the phone.
General Admission Prices
£4 adults (16 and over)
£2 concessions (U16 and 65 and over)