Things to do

Brighton Pavilion

Wild Boar Wood Campsite is around seventeen miles away from Brighton.

Brighton’s reputation as a fashionable destination increased when King George IV began visiting the town and commissioned the unmistakable Brighton Pavilion in 1815. You can visit this extraordinary oriental-style building, which has become the symbol for the city, on a 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.

ADDRESS: 4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE

OPEN: October to March 10am-5:15pm

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

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

Brighton Pavilion website

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Coronavirus Update

Based on Government guidance we have opened both Beech Estate and Wild Boar Wood Campsites on July 4th, 2020. *** Please note any new bookings made after July 6th, 2020 until further notice, that are unable to commence due to Government guidance regarding COVID-19, will be offered credit notes for 18 months. This applies to booking made directly on our website only. ***