Royal Pavilion in Brighton
- Explore the wonderful interiors of the Royal Pavilion
- Located in beautiful Brighton, it’s a stone’s throw from the seaside
- Started in 1787, the Pavilion was built in three stages for King George IV
- The incredible architecture and interiors were inspired by India and China
What's Included in the tour
- Disabled access to ground floor only. First floor accessible by staircase. There is an audio-visual room on the ground floor showing a history of the building and the upstairs rooms.
4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE
Nearest Train Station: Brighton
Discover the wondrous pleasure palace built for King George IV as a seaside escape from his busy life in London. Situated right in the centre of beautiful Brighton, a short walk from the seaside, the Royal Pavilion was also used by King William IV and Queen Victoria during their lifetimes. Designed with the aesthetics of China and India in mind, the inside of the Pavilion is just as breathtaking as the outside.
Explore the beauty and majesty of The Banqueting Room, the Prince Regent Gallery, The Great Kitchen, The Saloon, The Music Room and the Royal Bedrooms, as well as wandering through the peaceful and pretty gardens. With so much beauty to see and so much rich history to find our about, this is one of the must-do activities for any trip to Brighton.
- From April to September 9.30am-5.45pm (last admission 5pm)
- From October to March 10am-5.15pm (last admission 4.30pm)