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!
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.