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The Royal Pavilion is an exotic palace in the centre of Brighton with a colourful history. Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this historic house mixes Regency grandeur with the visual style of India and China.
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Stunning place, with lots of interesting history. We spent hours here. Well worth the entrance fee. Book on line 24 hours before and get a reduced fee plus a free mobile guide, which is really interesting.
I’ve visited the Pavilion in the past when I lived in Brighton, just after the music room had been refurbished. Now as we had a few days in Brighton I though I’d go back and see how the place was. There is much more information...More
Have visited the Pavilion 2 or 3 times since residing in Brighton & Hove and enjoyed everything visit. Take a couple hours for a wander, take advantage of resident rates, enjoy a slice of cake in the cafe balcony overlooking the park and help keep...More
I visited the pavilion, it was free entrance yesterday.this was a rare opportunity. Audio commentaries are available for 2 pounds. A short video is played with a brief history this is free. It's Quite a spectacular place. The Mughal architecture on the exterior is fascinating...More
Amazing opulence, fascinating details about the somewhat dodgy construction especially considering the luxurious interior. Enjoyed the details about its use as a hospital.
Friendly welcome from staff in the cafe.