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 monthly from April to October and private tours can also be accommodated.
For private tours, a minimum of 10 people, maximum of 20; for all other tours there is no minimum number and places are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
£6 / £5 concessions (Over 65’s, those on benefits)
Tickets are payable on the day (but must be booked in advance) or in the case of Brighton Festival Fringe tours, via its box office. For private groups a minimum 50% non-refundable deposit is required in advance to secure the booking, the remainder is to be paid on the day.
The tours are a fundraising activity for Bluestorm Ltd and money raised will go back into the future restoration of the building and arts related projects.
Embassy Court has very limited access for those using wheelchairs as lifts do not go to the sun roof terrace (this is accessed from the tenth floor by two small flights of stairs): the foyer also has steps.