Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, the Royal Pavilion has now become a true icon of Brighton. The historic palace has a colourful history and has the visual style of India and China. It is a truly opulent and fascinating piece of architecture, so add this to your stack to learn more about the cultural background of the city whilst enjoying spectacular scenes.

Why visit The palace?

Located in the centre of Brighton, it is an instantly recognisable symbol of Brighton and is not one to be missed when visiting the seaside city!

What started as a modest 18th-century lodging house, was then transformed into a neo-classical villa in 1823 by architect Henry Holland. The house features over 120 remarkable decorative works of art originally commissioned b the Prince regent and have been relocated from Buckingham palace. Discover the palace in all of its evening glory, in an after-hours exclusive tour- you will cover the history of the palace, the interiors and insight into who has lived and visited.

  • Adult- £16
  • Child (5-18)- £10
  • Family (2 adults, 2 Children)- £42

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