Built in Indo-saracenic style, the Royal Pavilion is probably the most famous landmark in Brighton. It is a former royal residence – it was the summer residence of The Prince of Wales, who later became King George IV. It is located in the city centre of Brighton and only a stone’s trow away from EC Brighton!
A few facts that most people don’t know about the Royal Pavilion:
- Very remarkable architects like Jonh Nash and Henry Holland took part in the construction of the Royal Pavilion, at different stages.
- It was transformed into a military hospital during the First World War.
- Around 400,000 people visit the Royal Pavilion annually.
- You can go ice skating to the Royal Pavilion ice rink every winter!
For more info visit: http://www.brighton-hove-rpml.org.uk/royalpavilion/pages/home.aspx