The Royal Pavilion as a Hospital for Limbless Soldiers
20 April 2016 ongoing until 2017
This exhibition is now closed.
During the First World War over 6,000 amputee soldiers received treatment, rehabilitation and training at the Royal Pavilion. Look out for panels in five of the Royal Pavilion’s rooms to find out more about this fascinating and moving story.
- Learn more about the history of the Royal Pavilion in WW1
- Pavilion Blues exhibition at Brighton Museum (until 20 November 2016)
- Download copies of the Pavilion Blues, a magazine produced by patients at the Pavilion hospital