The Royal Pavil­ion

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The Royal Pavil­ion in Brighton was cre­ated as a sea­side plea­sure palace for King Ge­orge IV, who reigned in Bri­tain be­tween 1820 and 1830. Built in 1787 by Henry Hol­land, its strik­ing de­sign mixed Re­gency grandeur with the vis­ual style of In­dia and China. Take the bril­liant au­dio guided tour to delve into the Royal Pavil­ion's colour­ful his­tory and lis­ten to leg­endary tales of the for­mer king's en­ter­tain­ing in the Ban­quet­ing Room, The Great Kitchen, the Mu­sic Room and the gar­den and es­tate. Brighton is in south-east Eng­land, an hour's train jour­ney from Lon­don.

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