Indian Military Hospital Gallery

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.

Admission
Free with normal admission charge to the Royal Pavilion.


Source: http://www.culture24.org.uk//se000213?id=EVENT458665


Exhibitions and events

The Royal Pavilion as a Hospital for Limbless Soldiers

Event at Royal Pavilion until 01.04.2020 0:00

A display about the 6,000 amputee soldiers who received treatment, rehabilitation and training at the Royal Pavilion during the First World War. Website...

A Royal Room Restored

Event at Royal Pavilion until 08.09.2019 17:00

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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