Tour of The Royal Pavilion Brighton and Cream Tea for Two
A nice little Experience located handily in Brighton, East Sussex.
Cream tea is a British institution, and the Royal Pavilion Brighton makes for the perfect setting. Located in the centre of Brighton, this former royal residence is an architectural wonder and boasts a rich and interesting history. Tour the grand pavilion and wander through rooms such as The Music Room and The Great Kitchen, while listening to the informative and entertaining audio tour. Afterwards, head to the Royal Pavilion Tearoom and, in true Royal style, take cream tea with scones, jam, fresh cream and of course, a steaming pot of tea. So when you’re looking for things to do in Brighton, or for the perfect place to indulge in some royal refreshment, do both as part of this cultured experience. Brighton days out don’t come much better.
Daily throughout the year, excluding 24 – 26 December and 17, 25, 26, 27 January.
The Royal Pavilion opening times vary throughout the year – October to March 10am to 4.30pm and April to September 9.30am to 5pm. You can arrive any time during opening hours.
The Royal Pavilion Tearoom seats a maximum of 125 diners (including the outside balcony area).
The dress code is smart casual (wearers of t-shirts or jeans may not be permitted entry).
Any ages welcome, but under 18’s must be accompanied by a participating adult. Unfortunately The Royal Pavilion cannot accommodate wheelchair users.
You MUST bring the e-confirmation received after booking along on the day.