Definitely a highlight - intriguing and interesting buildings and rooms - well worth paying the £2 extra for the audio guide to the tour inside
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We went to see the Royal Pavilion yesterday, after living locally for over 20 years. It was spectacular, and mind blowing, highly recommend visiting.
Beautiful historic castle in Brighton England. Built in India style, it is truly unique compared to the other castles of England. Was once home to King George IV
Beautiful gardens. A lovely place to wander and take photos. Also good place for a picnic. Nice place to sit and relax. Good for children to run around.
The price was very reasonable , not to packed and wow wot fantastic rooms , the music room dragons were fantastic !! staff very helpful and could not do enough. well recommend a afternoon visit
The Royal Pavilion is synonymous with opulence, decadency and illicit affairs. Spend some time in the garden before you visit the Pavilion. I would suggest taking a guided tour to gain insight into the history of the building and its occupants.
It was lovely to see the Royal Pavilion while in Brighton. It was built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George 1V. The magnificent oriental design by John Nash (who famously also designed Buckingham Palace) was completed in 1815. Queen Victoria gifted the Pavilion...More
We walked through the Pavillion Gardens on our way to The Lanes shopping area and it was amazing. There were a lot of people walking through and their was someone standing playing music as well as someone feeding a squirrel out of his hand. There...More