Royal Pavilion, The Old Courtroom Theatre

Royal Pavilion 4-5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE

90% would book it again

Capacity and Layout

152

Boardroom

Boardroom

Classroom

Classroom

Cabaret

Cabaret

Theatre

Theatre

152

Restaurant

Restaurant

Open space

Open space

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Ratings & Reviews

Rebecca ConeFebruary 20th, 2019

A beautiful royal home filled with opulence and beautifully maintained- well worth a visit. Indian on the outside, oriental on the inside. It is £13.50 entry for a 3 day pass. Or £16.50 for a 3 day pass which includes the museum too (located across the garden).Definitely would suggest paying the extra £2 for the audio tour. There is no entry charge to the gardens, and both the Pavilion and museum is free entry to residents of Brighton and Hove (must show proof). The tea rooms is delightful and definitely worth a visit. Top service and delicious, well priced food. -No dress code - No photography

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Johny CrusoeFebruary 22nd, 2019

Nice place to wander through but although it was not a busy time and only a school group or two and the other odd visitor it felt rather crowded. Nice tea place to sit down and enjoy a nice tea and scone. No pictures allowed to be taken inside and the admission is rather steep.

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Victoria KioJanuary 20th, 2019

Really great place to spend a couple of hours on a cloudy / rainy day in the weekend. Brighton and hove residents with proof of identity - driving license, rail card ... get half price on tickets. Nice tea room, buggy friendly but not sure if its wheelchair friendly. Audio guide is worth it if it’s your first time. I have been a couple of times now but still really impressed with the dining hall and if you like dragons 🐉 well I will say no more 🙂. Ah no photos to share because you can’t take any

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Michela SciclunaFebruary 17th, 2019

Very beautiful building to experience... its one of a kind especially when compared to other palaces all over Europe, and really amazing to see how different cultures were brought together in this royal building. Its very impressive and the exhibit offers the availability of an audio guide to help you around the palace. There is also a cute tea room on the top floor as part of the exhibit.

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Pauline YoungFebruary 26th, 2019

I live in Hove, but I hadn't visited the Pavilion for over a decade. The Stephen Jone's Hat Exhibition lured me back. What fun. Hats were marvellous, but so was the rest of the Pavilion. Knowledgeable guides added to the joy of the visit. I've booked up for the tunnel tour now so I can see all the hidden areas where the servants scurried about.

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