Parking for Royal Pavilion and Pavilion Gardens
While Brighton might be well-known as something of a paradise for shoppers, there's plenty of opportunity for peace and tranquillity. The Royal Pavilion and Pavilion Gardens are set in the south of the town, close to its fabulous beaches. A Regency palace, the Royal Pavilion was originally built for King George IV, as a seaside retreat. Composed of white, sweeping arches and smooth pillars, the architecture is as much an attraction as the Pavilion Gardens that surround it. The Pavilion Gardens are the perfect place in which to enjoy some greenery and a picnic.
Close to the seafront, car parking for the Royal Pavilion and Pavilion Gardens can be hard to come by. Our Brighton Theatre car park is situated conveniently close to both, just three minutes' walk away. Pack a picnic, park your car and enjoy your day.
The Royal Pavilion and Pavilion Gardens are an ideal attraction for a leisurely, family day out. Find out more about the Royal Pavilion and Pavilion Gardens.