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Brighton Museum and Art Gallery (Brighton)
Housing a marvellous collection of classic art deco and art nouveau furniture. There is also a wide range of 18th century porcelain figures, pottery through the ages and Salvador Dali's famous 'Lips'. Open every day, except Wednesday, 10.00am to 5.00pm and on Sunday it opens 2.00pm to 5.00pm; free admission.
Brighton Pier (Palace Pier) (Brighton)
Offering free entertainment all year round, the Palace Pier is one of the most famous sites in Brighton. Play in the Palace of fun and the Pleasuredome, with state of the art fairground rides and video arcades. Or if you prefer, try out one of the many take-away food outlets, Brightons premiere fish and chip cafe or just relax in one of three lively bars. Quite a contrast to the traditional theatre that once graced this site.
Royal Pavilion: (Brighton)
Built in 1789 the Royal Pavilion was changed in accordance with ever growing Eastern trends in the early 19th Century (1815-1822). It is adorned with twirling domes, pagodas and balconies. Marvel at this Recently restored 19th century grand palace with its amazing colour schemes and outstanding craftsmanship Open daily from 10.00am to 6.00pm except on the 24th/25th December.

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