The Royal Pavilion, the famous seaside palace of King George IV, is one of the most exotically beautiful buildings in the British Isles. Originally a simple farmhouse, it was created into a neoclassical villa by Henry Holland in 1787. Between 1815-1822 it was transformed by John Nash into its current distinctive Indian style. The magnificent decorations and fantastic furnishings have been re-created and the Royal Pavilion is filled with astonishing colours and superb craftsmanship. The Music Room has a domed ceiling of gilded shell shapes and the dramatic Banqueting Room is lit by a huge crystal chandelier held by a silvered dragon.
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Information on Royal Pavilion , 4/5 Pavilion Buildings , Brighton
|Opening Times:||Daily, Apr to Sep 09:30-17:45, last admission 17:00, Oct to Mar 10:00-17:15, last admission 16:30. 24 Dec closes at 14:30. Closed 25-26 Dec. Tours need to be booked in advance.|
|Admission:||Adult £8.80, Concession £6.90, Child £5.10, Family (2 + 2) £22.70 (1 + 1) £13.90, Brighton & Hove residents £4.40.|
|Location:||Situated in town centre.|
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