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As a private building, Embassy Court is normally closed to the public. Guided tours offer an opportunity to see inside the building and hear its story. Tours run at times from April to October, usually during Brighton Festival Fringe in May and Heritage Open Days in September, and we may also be able to run bespoke tours at times outside of those festivals, depending on volunteer availability.

A tour includes:

• A guide, who will talk about the architect Wells Coates and the history of the building, including how it was rescued by its leaseholders
• Tour from the foyer to the sunroof terrace, taking in a look at some of the original plans and fixtures (including the original kitchen on loan from
Brighton Museum) and the growing archive and ending with the stunning rear aspect of the building
• It should be possible to view inside an apartment as long as one is available

All tour visits must be arranged in advance.

The tours are a fundraising activity for Bluestorm Ltd and money raised will goes into the future restoration of the building and arts-related projects.

Please do not bring young children or animals on a tour.

Embassy Court guided tour

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Event Type(s) Walks & Tours
Tickets / Admission £ 10
Tickets/Booking/RSVP: www.embassycourt.org.uk/...
Organiser Embassy Court

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Embassy Court More Info

Address: Kings Road
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