The Royal Pavilion

Brighton’s palace, Royal Pavilion lies on the seaside of the city and was owned by the Prince Regent (George IV). The palace was transformed into an exotic building (both inside and out) by John Nash between 1815 and 1822. There is much to see inside the palace, as it houses various works of art which includes original pieces lent by Her Majesty the Queen! In addition, the furniture is truly amazing and there is also a display of Regency silver-gilt. Be sure to check out the Royal Pavilion Tearoom’s balcony for a fabulous view over the Pavilion Gardens as well. For the full experience of the Royal Pavilion, get a free multimedia guide, which is available in various languages!

The Royal Pavilion is open every day from 09:30 to 17:45.

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How to get to the Royal Pavilion:
By car: from the Brighton Pier travel northbound up A23 and the Royal Pavilion is on your left-hand side.
By public transport: the nearest railway station is only one mile away and local buses stop nearby.

Psst! Did you know that the Royal Pavilion, was sold to the city in 1850 for £53,000?

Enjoy the Royal Pavilion!

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