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Accessibility

Situated in the centre of Brighton the Royal Pavilion was built as a pleasure palace for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, and is a distinctive landmark in Brighton & Hove with it’s exotic oriental appearance both inside and … Continued

Photograph of the entrance to the Royal Pavilion from the gardens

Opening times

Open daily October to March 10am–5.15pm (last tickets at 4.30pm) April to September 9.30am–5.45pm (last tickets at 5pm) Closed 24 December (from 2.30pm) and all day on 25 and 26 December Peak Season We are approaching our peak season and … Continued

photograph of the Music Room showing the central chandelier and fireplace

Short History of the Pavilion

A brief introduction to the history of the Royal Pavilion.To find out more we recommend our official guidebook to the Royal Pavilion. Buy the Royal Pavilion guidebook from our online shop From small fishing town to fashionable seaside retreat In … Continued

Off the tour

There are several areas of the Royal Pavilion which are not included as part of the standard tour. Some of these rooms are reserved for private hire. Others are areas of the building which cannot be accessed for health and … Continued

The Royal Pavilion estate plan from Nash's Views

Regency Garden and Stables

George IV’s original lodging house had little land attached to it. As his financial position improved he was able to purchase parcels of land surrounding the palace to create the estate we see today. The exterior of the palace John Nash … Continued

Shop

The Royal Pavilion Shop is open to everyone, and whenever you make a purchase you’ll be helping us in our work conserving and restoring the buildings and their works of art, and providing education and events for all. The Royal … Continued

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