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Royal Pavilion, Brighton, Sussex

Royal Pavilion
Brighton
Sussex

BN1 1EE | View map
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Eccentric, Extravagant, Extraordinary

The Royal Pavilion is one of the most exotically beautiful buildings in the British Isles. Indian architecture contrasts with interiors inspired by China in this breathtaking Regency palace. Built for King George IV as a seaside residence, the Royal Pavilion was also used by William IV and Queen Victoria. Magnificent decorations and fantastic furnishings have been re-created in an extensive structural and interior restoration program. Enter a fantasy world filled with mythical creatures, astonishing colours and superb craftsmanship.

Restored Regency gardens, tearooms, guided tours and gift shop.

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Months Open: All Year
Closed 25th & 26th December
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: From 1 April 2005
Adults: £6.10
Children: £3.60
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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