Become a Member of the Royal Pavilion & Museums Foundation

and see ‘A Dark Day in Paradise’ for FREE this summer

As you know, Brighton is a fabulous place to live, a vibrant cultural city with its very own historic royal palace. It also boasts a host of museums bursting with a wealth of art, culture and history all on your doorstep. You can enjoy it all for FREE by becoming a Member of the Royal Pavilion & Museums Foundation. Not only will you be making a fantastic contribution towards the upkeep of the Royal Pavilion and the city’s museums but you’ll receive some great benefits too.
Membership can cost as little as £23 a year, that’s less than £2 a month.
Benefits include:

  • Free entry to the Royal Pavilion and Preston Manor
  • Free entry to paying museum exhibitions
  • Invitations to private views
  • 10% discount in the Royal Pavilion & Museums shops
  • Exclusive Members only events
  • Members’ Newsletter

The Royal Pavilion & Museums Foundation is a Brighton-based charity that supports the work of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Hove Museum & Art Gallery, The Booth Museum of Natural History and Preston Manor. The support of local people is critical in helping to fund vital conservation work at the Royal Pavilion, showcase exciting exhibitions throughout our museums, purchase new works of art to enhance our collections and to build an exciting and secure future for our Royal Pavilion & Museums.

It’s our city and our Pavilion. Join us now and be part of our future.

For more information or to join call Abigail now on 01273 292789, email or visit

Become a Member before August 31 2010 and we’ll give you a copy of our book, The Royal Pavilion Brighton, The Palace of King George IV absolutely FREE! It’s a must-have for all local households!


The Royal Pavilion
The Royal Pavilion

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