4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE
About the venue
The Music Room at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton is a dazzling example of Regency-era opulence. This lavishly decorated chamber boasts exquisite chinoiserie designs, gilded moldings, and stunning hand-painted Chinese wallpaper. The room served as a grand setting for musical gatherings, soirées, and entertainment during the early 19th century. Its ornate architecture and Oriental-inspired aesthetics make it a must-visit attraction for those exploring the historic Royal Pavilion. The Royal Pavilion was constructed as the seaside pleasure palace of King George IV, and the Music Room stands as a testament to the extravagant tastes of the era's royalty.