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A wonderfully over-the-top royal pleasure palace -- and a Brighton icon
Built as a late 18th century pleasure palace for the Prince of Wales (who later became King George IV), the uber-ornate Royal Pavilion was sold to the city of Brighton by the less pleasure-loving Queen Victoria in 1850. It's now easily the city's most famous attraction, and an unmissable part of any first-time visit.

Tags: Heritage Site, Spectacle, Cultural Interest

4/5 Pavilion Buildings (The Lanes)
Brighton, UK
Central Brighton

(300) 029-0900
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