Searching for something to do to make your Sunday more of a funday?
The Royal Pavilion are offering free entry to visitors who come to witness the stunning sights and sounds of the former royal residence this Sunday (January 15) between 10 am and 4:30 pm.
The pavilion offers free admission once a year to celebrate the day Brighton officially purchased the pavilion in 1850.
This beautiful piece of oriental-inspired architecture, which is now a symbol of the city, was built for King George IV in the late 1700s. At present, the palatial building draws about 400,000 visitors annually with thousands more paying a visit to its lush gardens.
Whether you’re a tourist making a day-trip to the coast, a long-time Brightonian looking to top up your knowledge of local history, or just looking for a day out with the family, this is an event not to be missed.
For more information, visit the pavilion website by clicking here.