A remodelled medieval castle established in 1067 home to the duke of Norfolk for more than 400 years. steeped in history, with its own cricket field hosting international cricket teams. Also hosting Queen Victoria & Prince Albert in 1846. Well worth a visit!
With around 10,000 visitors a year, the Museum is a popular attraction. Exhibits include displays of vintage cameras, fossils, an Edwardian kitchen and the story of Bathing Machine Proprietor Mary Wheatland. The Ron Simpson Wireless Collection is named after a former Curator with a passion for old radios who bequeathed his own extensive collection to the Museum.
Opened on the 5th May 1865, home to traditional seaside amusements. In world war one, 200 men were billeted at the pier and in world war two the pier became HMS Barbara, a royal navy observation station.
Claiming to be bringing back the Great British seaside, with their traditional fun fair, multi million pound splash pool and live shows. Great fun for the whole family. Speak to reception to save 25% off the day gate entry fee.
A magnificent 900 year old cathedral! World famous artworks. Free entry and free guided tours.
Sitting to the South West of the City of Chichester on the Solent. The harbour is a very popular area for bird watching with a great network for walkers and routes for cycling from Chichester to West Wittering Beach.
Fishbourne Roman Palace
Home to the largest residential roman building discovered in Britain. Dated back to 75AD Much of the palace has been excavated and preserved along with an onsite museum.