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A quirky little place at the seaside!

Advantages: A superb historical place to visit a national treasure.
Disadvantages: Sadly the upstairs is off limits to disabled visitors.

The Royal Pavilion Brighton is one of the most quirky buildings to be found in the UK. It was built by George Prince of Wales who later became George IV on the death of his father ‘Mad King George III’. HRH George Prince Regent later George IV. Geor ...

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PRINCE REGENT'S (SOMEWHAT LESS THAN) HUMBLE ABODE

Advantages: Unique. History. Architecture. Interior. Audio Guide
Disadvantages: Poor Ventilation - Over Hot, especially in summer.

...Following a conversation with a friend over the weekend, I thought it timely to update this review, originally published here some years ago. As the Pavilion vies for position as the prime tourist attraction in our city - with Brighton Pier - we tend to ...

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Prinny's Pleasure Dome! Brighton's Best!

Advantages: Historical interest, vibrant eccentric decor, magnificent furnishings and furniture
Disadvantages: always leaves you wnting more

The Royal Pavilion sits comfortably in the heart of Brighton presiding over its surroundings like an elderly and eccentric uncle at a gathering in his honour. In unconventional attire, with a benign countenance and serene demeanour which belies it’s chequ ...

suesie 22.06.2007 · Read full review
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Georgian Decadence

Advantages: Stunning georgian Home
Disadvantages: Expensive admission

The Prince Regent (later King George IV) was a bit of a man about town and used to enjoy his breaks in Brighton before minor inconveniences like reigning got in the way, and it was to his specifications that the Royal Pavilion was built. The orig ...

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Brighton The Royal Pavilion

Advantages: trippy and fun
Disadvantages: none

...see on any visit to Brighton is The Royal Pavilion.If you spend the day out in Brighton it's a fantastic town for walking and sight seeing and is easy to find hip things to do wherever you walk. Head on down to The Pavilion which is in the middle o ...

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