You cannot say that you have gone to Brighton if you have not visited The Royal Pavilion. You will have a 1 or 2-hour visit with audio guides included to get to know all the history and culture that surrounds this tourist destination in Brighton.
When there is good weather, this is one of the favourite destinations, not only for tourists but also for locals.
In the mid-eighteenth century, Prince George IV used to visit this city attracted by the medicinal waters of the Brighton coast.
The Prince managed to build his own residence in 1787, the Marine Pavilion was called; It was considered a luxurious two-floor residence designed by architect Henry Holland.
In 1815, after George IV became King, he considered that it was necessary to remodel the royal residence, to give it a more luxurious appearance.
John Nash was the chosen architect; He was one of the most prominent architects of the time. He presented a remodelling project based on an orientalizing aesthetic.
Among the new rooms designed by Nash, the music room stands out. George IV used to offer classical music recitals to his guests in this room.
4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE
From October to March from 10 am to 5:15 pm
From April to September from 9:30 am to 5:45 pm
Adult £ 13.50
Child (5-18) £ 8.10
2 adults with up to 2 children £ 35.10
1 adult with up to 2 children £ 21.60
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The Royal Pavilion has two floors, only the ground floor suitable for wheelchairs. Also, there is a wheelchair-accessible toilet.
There are audio tours available. Audio guides are suitable for those who have a “T” switch on their hearing aid. And it also includes a video tour of the first floor for those who can use the stairs.
Assistance dogs are welcome in the building.
On the first floor, there is a tea room where you can sit quietly and feel like royalty. And there is also a shop, with a wide range of gifts and books located on the ground floor.
Plus, free wifi is now available.
The nearest train station is Brighton, which is a 15-20 minute walk. Taxis are available at the station.
Address: Black Lion Street Brighton BN1 1ND
Phone number: 01273 294296
355 total spaces, 30 bays disabled
Address: Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1US
Phone number: 0845 0507080
587 total spaces, 6 bays disabled
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