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Behind Closed Doors Tour – Ground Floor (Jan to Apr 24)

Royal Pavilion & Garden
24 January to 17 April 2024
Kings Apartment, Royal Pavilion. Royal Pavilion, King's bedroom. To the right of the bed, you can make out a hidden door, known as a jib door, which led to the King’s water closet or lavatory. The jib door also leads to stairs that went up to the apartments of George’s last mistress, Lady Conyngham, in what is now part of the Royal Pavilion tearoom.

Behind Closed Doors Tour – Ground Floor

Priority booking on all adult events for members and patrons from 27 November to 3 December. General release from 4 December.

Wednesdays 24 January, 21 February, 20 March 5-6pm & 17 April 5.30-6.30pm
£20, members/patrons £15, book in advance
Meet Royal Pavilion Main Entrance

Due to the sheer number of secrets to be uncovered on our ever popular Behind Closed Doors tour, we have split the tour over two floors!
Have you ever wondered what lies behind all those closed doors in the Royal Pavilion? Join our guide to explore and discover servants’ corridors, mysterious hidden staircases, kitchens, cupboards, the King’s Band-Room and other secret spaces!

Please note: this tour will use steep staircases and enter narrow confined spaces.

 

 

Kings Apartment, Royal Pavilion. Royal Pavilion, King's bedroom. To the right of the bed, you can make out a hidden door, known as a jib door, which led to the King’s water closet or lavatory. The jib door also leads to stairs that went up to the apartments of George’s last mistress, Lady Conyngham, in what is now part of the Royal Pavilion tearoom.

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