Things to do

Brighton Pavilion

Brighton is around thirty four miles from Beech Estate Campsite.

Read our guide to Brighton

Brighton’s reputation as a fashionable destination increased when King George IV began visiting the town. He commissioned the unmistakable Brighton Pavilion in 1815 to use as his own seaside pleasure palace. You can visit this extraordinary oriental-style building, which has become the symbol for the city, on a day trip to Brighton. Much of the Regency era architecture you see on the seafront and in the grand squares of Brighton and Hove dates from this time too.

The pavilion is in the city centre within the lovely pavilion gardens. The gardens are a perfect spot for relaxing on a summers day. Just around the corner are some popular restaurants and cafes if you need a lunch spot or perhaps a glass of wine in the sun. Book your entry to the Pavilion on their website and you’ll recieve a 10% discount off your ticket.

OPEN:

October to March 10am-5:15pm

April to September 9:30am-5:45am

Closed 24 December (from 2:30pm), 25 & 26 December

The Brighton Pavilion website

Other Nearby Attractions – Brighton Pieri360SeaLife Brighton

Other things to do near the campsite in East Sussex

 

(ready to escape)

book now

try our other campsite for a different escape