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The Royal Pavilion: Strolls in exotic gardens

It is worth having a closer look at the glorious Chinese export wallpaper that was painstakingly removed from the Royal Pavilion’s Saloon by experts Allyson and Andrew McDermott last November. The six large panels are a remarkable survival from the … Continued

Christmas decorations in the Great Kitchen, Royal Pavilion

Christmas at the Royal Pavilion 2021

Welcome back to Royal Pavilion this Christmas. Our Christmas trees will be glittering, the banqueting room will be laid out with a spectacular banquet of Georgian Christmas desserts, and the Garden will be illuminated at night for the festive season.

Introducing The Mindful Garden

As this year’s Heritage Open Days Festival moved online, we’ve been publishing stories this week on the theme of ‘Hidden Nature‘. From hungry tigers to dragon remains to the pigments used in Chinese wallpaper, we’ve provided plenty of ways you … Continued

Hidden Nature: Tiger-lily burning bright in Royal Pavilion Wonderland

Today’s Heritage Open Day Hidden Nature post examines the Tiger-lily found within and around the Royal Pavilion. During Covid-19 lockdown I started cataloguing Mike Jones’s wonderful drawings of plants and flowers in the Royal Pavilion Gardens. Where possible, I try … Continued

Pavilion Dreamer

Chrissie Berridge explains how the Royal Pavilion provides constant inspiration for her photo-artwork Over the years I have taken thousands of photographs. When I’m not out taking new pictures I enjoy manipulating the ones that I already have. It’s proved … Continued

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