Visiting our garden today and want to learn more? Here are answers to some of our visitors’ most frequently asked questions.
What is this Garden?
This garden is part of the Royal Pavilion Estate. The garden, along with the Royal Pavilion, the Dome and Brighton Museum, make up the palace complex built by King George IV.
The garden has been restored in a Regency style, and is maintained using organic methods.
- What you can see in the garden and how it is managed
- Timeline of 3D models showing how the estate has developed since the 1780s
What can I see in the Royal Pavilion?
Visitors can see the lavishly decorated state rooms, and some of the areas used by servants to keep the palace running.
What can I see in Brighton Museum?
Brighton Museum opened in 1873, and was one of the first purpose built civic museums in England.
Its galleries display a wide range of collections, and it hosts a changing programme of temporary exhibitions.
What is the Dome used for?
Originally built as a stable complex for the Royal Pavilion Estate, the Dome is now a performing arts venue.
It is not regularly open to the public unless you have a ticket to an event.
Who are the Garden Greeters?
Our Garden Greeters are friendly volunteers who help summer visitors to the garden learn more about the Royal Pavilion Estate.
If you are reading this page you have probably already met one of the team!
Where can I find more information about Brighton?
If you are looking for things to do in Brighton or places to stay, we recommend the Visit Brighton website.
Where can I find out more about the collections held by Royal Pavilion & Museums?
You can find more about these collections online.