With exteriors inspired by India and Chinoiserie interiors, John Nash's magnificent Royal Pavilion is a taste of the exotic in the heart of East Sussex.
Exterior of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton
We're giving you the chance to win a luxury cream tea for you and a friend at the pleasure palace's decadent Gardens Cafe, as well as a guidebook to take home with you. For your chance to win, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with the answer to the following question:
The Royal Pavilion was built as a seaside retreat for which future British monarch, who was Prince of Wales when construction began in 1787?
The competition closes at 5pm on Friday 17 August 2012. Please read the terms and conditions before entering.
Free entry with National Art Pass (standard entry charge is £10)
1 Apr – 30 Sep
Open daily, 9.30am – 5.45pm
1 Oct – 31 Mar
Daily, 10am – 5.15pm
Closed 24 Dec (from 2.30pm) – 26 Dec
Brighton’s historic Royal Pavilion will close temporarily for a few days from Monday 21 to Friday 25 January 2013, to enable essential restoration work, maintenance and repairs to take place. The Royal Pavilion will re-open to visitors at 10am on Saturday 26 January.