Brighton Royal Pavillion with Afternoon Tea


It's always fun to discover places that are new to you & delve into history - but especially so if you know there's a Cream Tea to look forward to after all that walking around. This is a gift experience which gives you the chance to explore one of Brighton's most famous places - the Royal Pavillion.

Experience company Red Letter Days lists a Tour of The Royal Pavilion and Cream Tea for Two for £49

When you arrive, go to the main entrance & tour yourself around the Royal Pavilion. You'll be given an audio guide when you start your tour so that you can really delve into history & explore.  Wander into different rooms such as The Music Room and The Great Kitchen, than head off for your Cream Tea  with scones, jam, fresh cream and of course, tea!

 Enjoy a tour of the Brighton Pavillion & a cream tea!

Tour of The Royal Pavilion and Cream Tea for Two
£49 from Red Letter Days


The Royal Pavilion started as a modest 18th century farmhouse.

Architect Henry Holland helped George the Prince of Wales, turn his humble seaside retreat into a neo-classical villa – known as the Marine Pavilion. It's now known as the Royal Pavillion & you can visit some of the stunning rooms it has, including the Music Room, Great Kitchen, King’s Apartment, Banqueting Room and elaborate Royal bedrooms.

Please note - the Royal Pavillion cannot accommodate wheelchair users, so this won't be a good gift for anyone using a chair.

The Brighton Pavillion