Designing an Enchanted Palace: The Crace decorators at the Royal Pavilion

Extended to 17 April 2022

Free with Brighton Museum admission, members and residents free

This new display reveals around 50 rarely seen original designs for the Royal Pavilion interiors dating from the early 19th century, and gives an intimate insight into how the Royal Pavilion interiors were created by decorators John and Frederick Crace under George IV. Also on show are Asian porcelain, enamels, glass paintings, hand painted wallpaper and images of China that inspired the Craces’ work.

A design for the Royal Pavilion possibly inspired by Chinese Imperial robes, by Frederick Crace, c1815.