The Royal Pavilion served as a hospital for Indian Soldiers during WW1.
This poignant and often unknown story is told through archive photographs, letters, talks and a new programme of tours. Free with Royal Pavilion admission fee.
Free with normal admission charge to the Royal Pavilion.
A display about the 6,000 amputee soldiers who received treatment, rehabilitation and training at the Royal Pavilion during the First World War. Website...
This was the central room of the earlier Marine Pavilion. The interior decoration has changed several times since the earliest days of the building and there is currently a conservation programme to...
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