Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion, a unique and extraordinary building, has played a key role in the development of Brighton and its international reputation.

Completed in 1823, this exotic, oriental fantasy is a testament to the flamboyant character and sophisticated taste of George IV, its discerning patron; but its evolution also reflects other royal residents, William IV and Queen Victoria, and its life under municipal management since 1850.

Unlike most country houses and important residences, the Royal Pavilion was conceived as a "work of art", designed as an entity. The interior was orchestrated from the floor up, building to a climax in the magnificent ceilings of the Banqueting and Music rooms.

The building has been superbly restored and visitors today can enjoy the sumptuous decorations and the outstanding quality of the furniture and furnishings in this Regency palace.

Press Coverage
Royal Pavilion, Brighton

Daily Telegraph

26 October 2002
“It’s your turn in the dome of pleasure”: Ann Campbell Dixon

Sussex Life

December 2004
Front cover. Double page spread with two images: “A Regency Christmas”

November 2002
Front cover including five page article, plus special offer for Sussex Life readers

The Insight

November 2002
Feature on Pavilion with colour picture and offer to Brighton & Hove residents

The Argus

20 November 2004
“Secret World of Prinny”: double page feature by Lynn Daly, with six images. Tour of hidden Pavilion with Paula Huntbach

31 August 2004
Picture and caption. The Dandy Chargers visit the Royal Pavilion

19 June 2004
Picture and caption: Shasta daisies in front of the Pavilion

16 June 2004
“The First Celebrity Chef”: double page feature, with images, by Lynn Daly. George IV,Caréme and dining at the Royal Pavilion

22 May 2004
“The Light Fantastic” double page spread with large images on restored laylight

4 March 2004
Large colour photograph of Robert Hill-Snook and details of the plant give-away

2 March 2004
“Ball raises thousands for cancer unit”. Picture and text

9 October 2003
Item on “seed give-away” at Royal Pavilion garden

29 July 2003
Page article with photographs on Royal Pavilion's garden by Lynn Daly

23 December 2002
“So you think you know the Pavilion?” - Feature offering special tours for Argus readers

This is Brighton

9 March 2004
Photograph of Robert Hill-Snook & details of plant “give-away”; plus listing in Events

Brighton & Hove Leader

19 November 2004
“Pavilion’s hidden glories” feature, with image, on behind the scenes tour

5 March 2004
Colour photograph of Robert Hill-Snook and details of plant “give-away”

10 October 2003
Item on “seed give-away” at Royal Pavilion garden

15 August 2003
Feature on Royal Pavilion's garden with photograph

City News

October 2004
Brighton and Hove Residents’ Scheme and Autumn seed giveaway

North Laine Runner

September 2004
Royal Pavilion Residents’ Scheme and seed giveaway featured. Full page article, with images, on the Royal Pavilion Garden

August 2004
“A fine Regency restoration”: full page article on Royal Pavilion gardens, with plan

October 2003
Item on “seed give-away” at Royal Pavilion garden

BBC Southern Counties Radio

14 October 2004
Robert Hill-Snook. Royal Pavilion Head Gardener, guest of the day

12 March 2004
Walk round with Robert Hill-Snook

Group Leisure

September 2004
Magazine and website. Specially tailored tours of the Royal Pavilion for the group market. Text and image

Group Travel Organiser

September 2004
New tours of the Royal Pavilion for groups. Text and image

Preston Manor

The Argus

31 October 2004
Full page interview, including image, with Penny Balchin, Ghost Tour guide at Preston Manor

18 October 2004
“A favourite haunt’. Preston Manor ghost tours by Lynn Daly, article and image 

BBC Southern Counties Radio

22 November 2004
Penny Balchin, Ghost Tour guide at Preston Manor, guest of the day

Sussex Life

September 2003
“Upstairs Downstairs: extraordinary lives at Preston Manor”. Four page article, with five images, by Rosie Walker

North Laine Runner

November 2004
Full page feature on Ghost Tours, with image

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