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Chichester Cathedral, formally known as the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Chichester. It is located in Chichester, in Sussex, United Kingdom. It was founded as a cathedral in 1075, when the seat of the bishop was moved from Selsey. The Cloisters and Paradise Built in the 15th century, Chichester Cathedral’s cloisters have been a busy thoroughfare for over 600 years. As well as providing covered passage for clergy, lay staff and worshippers, the cloisters extend and enhance the visitor's experience, providing access to the Cathedral Café and Shop, Cathedral Close and Bishop’s Palace Gardens. They also house The Royal Chantry, where the Cathedral’s offices are to be found. Often filled with the chatter of visiting school groups from across the Diocese and overseas, the stone benches provide somewhere to rest and observe the beauty of these ancient stone passageways, which are a unique aspect of Chichester’s heritage. No visit to Chichester Cathedral is complete without a visit to the Café. Open daily, the Café can be found in the Cloisters. The Cathedral Close The 16th century gateway into the Cathedral’s Historic Quarter from South Street has a double entrance that grants you access into Canon Lane. Beyond this stone entrance, Canon Lane runs straight to the opposite gateway, and into the Bishop’s Palace and gardens, at the west end. Paths leading off from the northern side of Vicars’ Close join up to the Cathedral Cloisters. The westerly path is ‘St Richard’s Walk’, giving a fine view of the Deanery. This house was built in 1725, replacing the previous Deanery which was damaged in the English Civil War of 1642. The easterly path is the Vicars’ Close, with a terrace of four houses created out of the twelve which were once the homes of the vicars’ choral. Originally there was another row opposite, but these were turned into shops facing out into South Street in 1825. Also here, at the top of Vicars’ Close, stands Vicars’ Hall, a useful meeting place for Cathedral and community functions, which is also available for private hire.
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Chichester Cathedral
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Chichester Cathedral, formally known as the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Chichester. It is located in Chichester, in Sussex, United Kingdom. It was founded as a cathedral in 1075, when the seat of the bishop was moved from Selsey. The Cloisters and Paradise Built in the 15th century, Chichester Cathedral’s cloisters have been a busy thoroughfare for over 600 years. As well as providing covered passage for clergy, lay staff and worshippers, the cloisters extend and enhance the visitor's experience, providing access to the Cathedral Café and Shop, Cathedral Close and Bishop’s Palace Gardens. They also house The Royal Chantry, where the Cathedral’s offices are to be found. Often filled with the chatter of visiting school groups from across the Diocese and overseas, the stone benches provide somewhere to rest and observe the beauty of these ancient stone passageways, which are a unique aspect of Chichester’s heritage. No visit to Chichester Cathedral is complete without a visit to the Café. Open daily, the Café can be found in the Cloisters. The Cathedral Close The 16th century gateway into the Cathedral’s Historic Quarter from South Street has a double entrance that grants you access into Canon Lane. Beyond this stone entrance, Canon Lane runs straight to the opposite gateway, and into the Bishop’s Palace and gardens, at the west end. Paths leading off from the northern side of Vicars’ Close join up to the Cathedral Cloisters. The westerly path is ‘St Richard’s Walk’, giving a fine view of the Deanery. This house was built in 1725, replacing the previous Deanery which was damaged in the English Civil War of 1642. The easterly path is the Vicars’ Close, with a terrace of four houses created out of the twelve which were once the homes of the vicars’ choral. Originally there was another row opposite, but these were turned into shops facing out into South Street in 1825. Also here, at the top of Vicars’ Close, stands Vicars’ Hall, a useful meeting place for Cathedral and community functions, which is also available for private hire.
Nestling between the south-western edge of the Cathedral and the City Walls lie the beautiful Bishop’s Palace Gardens, a public park maintained by the city. A peaceful lush oasis almost hidden away in the centre of Chichester, the gardens date back to 1147-1148 and have recently undergone a major refurbishment. The addition of water features, new seating and a pergola walk, alongside improved access and the creation of a wildlife friendly garden space make this the perfect place to unwind.
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Bishop's Palace Garden
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Nestling between the south-western edge of the Cathedral and the City Walls lie the beautiful Bishop’s Palace Gardens, a public park maintained by the city. A peaceful lush oasis almost hidden away in the centre of Chichester, the gardens date back to 1147-1148 and have recently undergone a major refurbishment. The addition of water features, new seating and a pergola walk, alongside improved access and the creation of a wildlife friendly garden space make this the perfect place to unwind.
1800 years after they were first built, the Roman walls of Noviomagus Reginorum remain largely in place. A few gaps in the wall have been created - mostly at traffic points north, east, south and west of the city where old stone gateways have been removed – but the majority of the wall remains available to walk, guided by a tree- lined trail. The Cathedral is positioned in the south-west corner of the encircling wall but as befits a bustling, busy city, there are points of interest in all four corners.
Lower Walls Walk
1800 years after they were first built, the Roman walls of Noviomagus Reginorum remain largely in place. A few gaps in the wall have been created - mostly at traffic points north, east, south and west of the city where old stone gateways have been removed – but the majority of the wall remains available to walk, guided by a tree- lined trail. The Cathedral is positioned in the south-west corner of the encircling wall but as befits a bustling, busy city, there are points of interest in all four corners.
Priory Park is a public park in Chichester, West Sussex, England, operated by Chichester District Council. It is situated in the north-east quadrant of Chichester City centre. The park has a rich heritage and is bordered by the medieval city walls to the north and east which are built upon the original Roman foundations. The park contains Chichester Castle and the Guildhall. There is also a lovely little cafe that sells a great selection of cakes and refreshments.
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Priory Park, Chichester
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Priory Park is a public park in Chichester, West Sussex, England, operated by Chichester District Council. It is situated in the north-east quadrant of Chichester City centre. The park has a rich heritage and is bordered by the medieval city walls to the north and east which are built upon the original Roman foundations. The park contains Chichester Castle and the Guildhall. There is also a lovely little cafe that sells a great selection of cakes and refreshments.
Chichester's Market Cross was given to the city by Bishop Storey in 1501. To some extent this gift was an act of generosity, providing a covered marketplace from which Chichester's traders could sell their wares. In part however the Bishop was playing politics with the city authorities who had sought greater control over trade in Chichester. Until 1746 the clock on the cross was square. It was then replaced by four new clocks. How many thousands of Chichester shoppers have been told the time by looking up at the clock's massive black paddles over the quarter of a millennium since the clock was installed? Until the pedestrianisation of Chichester city centre the streets around the Cross used to be a busy highway with the main coastal road edging around the narrow gap between the Market Cross and the city centre shops.
Chichester Cross
Chichester's Market Cross was given to the city by Bishop Storey in 1501. To some extent this gift was an act of generosity, providing a covered marketplace from which Chichester's traders could sell their wares. In part however the Bishop was playing politics with the city authorities who had sought greater control over trade in Chichester. Until 1746 the clock on the cross was square. It was then replaced by four new clocks. How many thousands of Chichester shoppers have been told the time by looking up at the clock's massive black paddles over the quarter of a millennium since the clock was installed? Until the pedestrianisation of Chichester city centre the streets around the Cross used to be a busy highway with the main coastal road edging around the narrow gap between the Market Cross and the city centre shops.
Edes House was built at the end of the 17th century for local maltster John Edes, and his wife Hannah, and now has Grade 1 listed status and has been carefully restored. A short stroll from the house you can find Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester Cathedral and an array of shops and restaurants. A short drive and you are on the wonderful south coast or up in the South Downs at Goodwood.
Edes House
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Edes House was built at the end of the 17th century for local maltster John Edes, and his wife Hannah, and now has Grade 1 listed status and has been carefully restored. A short stroll from the house you can find Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester Cathedral and an array of shops and restaurants. A short drive and you are on the wonderful south coast or up in the South Downs at Goodwood.
Chichester Canal is a leisure waterway linking historic Chichester to the sea. The canal runs 4 miles from the Basin to the Harbour at Birdham and, today, the 2 miles as far as Donnington are navigable. This tranquil haven starts within easy walking distance from the railway station, bus terminus and city centre. The canal has sections bounded by mature trees and also travels through open farm land with good views of the cathedral and South Downs. It is valued by local residents and holidaymakers who enjoy the many activities – narrow boat trips, rowing, canoeing, rambling, fishing, and cycling. The tow path is a designated public footpath, now part of the extended Lipchis Way. https://chichestercanal.org.uk
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Chichester Canal
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Chichester Canal is a leisure waterway linking historic Chichester to the sea. The canal runs 4 miles from the Basin to the Harbour at Birdham and, today, the 2 miles as far as Donnington are navigable. This tranquil haven starts within easy walking distance from the railway station, bus terminus and city centre. The canal has sections bounded by mature trees and also travels through open farm land with good views of the cathedral and South Downs. It is valued by local residents and holidaymakers who enjoy the many activities – narrow boat trips, rowing, canoeing, rambling, fishing, and cycling. The tow path is a designated public footpath, now part of the extended Lipchis Way. https://chichestercanal.org.uk
A much treasured attraction, Arundel Castle in West Sussex is one of England’s largest complete and inhabited castles, nestled amongst 40 acres of stunning grounds and gardens. Founded in 1067 by Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Arundel, the Castle now serves as the ancestral seat and family home of the 18th Duke of Norfolk, the Earl Marshal of England. Rooted in more than a millennium of history, Arundel Castle offers a full and engaging day out for young and not so young alike. Visitors can enjoy pre-booked guided tours or independent free-flow visits, taking in the Castle’s carefully preserved rooms, from the Armoury and Barons’ Hall through to the beautiful Regency library. https://www.arundelcastle.org/
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Arundel Castle
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A much treasured attraction, Arundel Castle in West Sussex is one of England’s largest complete and inhabited castles, nestled amongst 40 acres of stunning grounds and gardens. Founded in 1067 by Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Arundel, the Castle now serves as the ancestral seat and family home of the 18th Duke of Norfolk, the Earl Marshal of England. Rooted in more than a millennium of history, Arundel Castle offers a full and engaging day out for young and not so young alike. Visitors can enjoy pre-booked guided tours or independent free-flow visits, taking in the Castle’s carefully preserved rooms, from the Armoury and Barons’ Hall through to the beautiful Regency library. https://www.arundelcastle.org/
Located in the heart of the South Downs national park, our Museum is dedicated to preserving the industrial heritage of the South East. With 36 acres to explore and over 40 exhibits to visit, you can discover the South’s working past. Exhibits include a working print shop, which is the only one of its kind in the South of England. The BT Connected Earth exhibit shows the history of communications, with interactive displays for all ages to enjoy. Our lime kilns are scheduled ancient monuments, which date back to when the site was once a working chalk quarry. The Life of Lime exhibition shows the history of the chalk quarry and its importance in Sussex’s industrial working past. Our Museum is also home to traditional crafts people such as the blacksmith. There is also a pottery on site, where our resident potters will showcase their skills on selected days. https://www.amberleycastle.co.uk
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Amberley Castle
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Located in the heart of the South Downs national park, our Museum is dedicated to preserving the industrial heritage of the South East. With 36 acres to explore and over 40 exhibits to visit, you can discover the South’s working past. Exhibits include a working print shop, which is the only one of its kind in the South of England. The BT Connected Earth exhibit shows the history of communications, with interactive displays for all ages to enjoy. Our lime kilns are scheduled ancient monuments, which date back to when the site was once a working chalk quarry. The Life of Lime exhibition shows the history of the chalk quarry and its importance in Sussex’s industrial working past. Our Museum is also home to traditional crafts people such as the blacksmith. There is also a pottery on site, where our resident potters will showcase their skills on selected days. https://www.amberleycastle.co.uk
Entertainment
Chichester Festival Theatre, located in Chichester, Sussex, England, is a theatre designed by Philip Powell and Hidalgo Moya, and opened by its founder Leslie Evershed-Martin in 1962. The smaller and more intimate Minerva Theatre was built nearby in 1989. The theatre is famous for being a preview venue for London’s famous West end performances. https://www.cft.org.uk
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Chichester Festival Theatre
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Chichester Festival Theatre, located in Chichester, Sussex, England, is a theatre designed by Philip Powell and Hidalgo Moya, and opened by its founder Leslie Evershed-Martin in 1962. The smaller and more intimate Minerva Theatre was built nearby in 1989. The theatre is famous for being a preview venue for London’s famous West end performances. https://www.cft.org.uk
The South Downs Planetarium and Science Centre is an educational facility in Chichester, West Sussex, run by a team of volunteers and astronomy enthusiasts and inaugurated in 2002. https://www.southdowns.org.uk
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South Downs Planetarium And Science Centre
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The South Downs Planetarium and Science Centre is an educational facility in Chichester, West Sussex, run by a team of volunteers and astronomy enthusiasts and inaugurated in 2002. https://www.southdowns.org.uk
The Goodwood name is now synonymous with several fantastic motorsport events. From the thrill and buzz of the Festival of Speed to the nostalgia of Goodwood Revival, featuring hundreds of historic cars in all their glory - there really is something for everyone! Goodwood Revival Experience the romance and glamour of motor racing at Goodwood. The smell of engines mingles with the roar of iconic race cars at Goodwood Revival, a three-day September festival celebrating the halcyon days of motor racing with the accompanying glamour of the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. Goodwood Motor Circuit - Open all year round Home of the world-famous Goodwood Revival and Members' Meeting, the historic circuit combines all the nostalgia of the golden era of motorsport with sleek 21st- century technology. Goodwood Motor Circuit is an all year round business, hosting events, track days and driving experiences. Click here to view the Motor Circuit Diary which includes all of the events and experiences that take place at the circuit. Goodwood Breakfast Club A hearty breakfast and a complimentary display of incredible cars on the Goodwood Motor Circuit - what more could you ask for on a Sunday morning? It’s a no-cost, all- welcome motoring show where the visitors and their machines are the stars. There’s no driving – apart from what we hope will be a delightful early-morning run to the circuit on some of Sussex’s finest roads. All visitors to the event will need to either pre-register a vehicle or sign up for a free ticket. Goodwood Track Days - Available throughout the year Push your car to its limits on one of the UK's most challenging race tracks and drive in the tracks of legends such as Jim Clark and Sir Jackie Stewart. The experience will include at least three 15-minute driving sessions for a half-day and six 15-minute sessions for a full-day, a full drivers briefing with Chief Driving Instructor and noise testing before you head out onto the circuit. https://www.goodwood.com
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Goodwood Motor Circuit
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The Goodwood name is now synonymous with several fantastic motorsport events. From the thrill and buzz of the Festival of Speed to the nostalgia of Goodwood Revival, featuring hundreds of historic cars in all their glory - there really is something for everyone! Goodwood Revival Experience the romance and glamour of motor racing at Goodwood. The smell of engines mingles with the roar of iconic race cars at Goodwood Revival, a three-day September festival celebrating the halcyon days of motor racing with the accompanying glamour of the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. Goodwood Motor Circuit - Open all year round Home of the world-famous Goodwood Revival and Members' Meeting, the historic circuit combines all the nostalgia of the golden era of motorsport with sleek 21st- century technology. Goodwood Motor Circuit is an all year round business, hosting events, track days and driving experiences. Click here to view the Motor Circuit Diary which includes all of the events and experiences that take place at the circuit. Goodwood Breakfast Club A hearty breakfast and a complimentary display of incredible cars on the Goodwood Motor Circuit - what more could you ask for on a Sunday morning? It’s a no-cost, all- welcome motoring show where the visitors and their machines are the stars. There’s no driving – apart from what we hope will be a delightful early-morning run to the circuit on some of Sussex’s finest roads. All visitors to the event will need to either pre-register a vehicle or sign up for a free ticket. Goodwood Track Days - Available throughout the year Push your car to its limits on one of the UK's most challenging race tracks and drive in the tracks of legends such as Jim Clark and Sir Jackie Stewart. The experience will include at least three 15-minute driving sessions for a half-day and six 15-minute sessions for a full-day, a full drivers briefing with Chief Driving Instructor and noise testing before you head out onto the circuit. https://www.goodwood.com
Goodwood has a thriving Aerodrome. Open all year round, it has a rich variety of aircraft constantly coming and going. From World War II Spitfires, Hurricanes and Harvards to the ultra-modern Cessnas, this is the perfect place to watch, or even take a flight from. https://www.goodwood.com
Goodwood Aerodrome
Goodwood has a thriving Aerodrome. Open all year round, it has a rich variety of aircraft constantly coming and going. From World War II Spitfires, Hurricanes and Harvards to the ultra-modern Cessnas, this is the perfect place to watch, or even take a flight from. https://www.goodwood.com
In 1802 the 3rd Duke of Richmond introduced horseracing to Goodwood for the amusement of local army officers. Race week was so popular it was soon dubbed Glorious Goodwood and today the racecourse is renowned for being one of the most exciting – and is considered by many to be the most beautiful – in the world. Perched high on the Downs with stunning views towards Chichester and beyond, it enjoys an enviable location that sets it apart from other racecourses to create a truly unforgettable race day experience. https://www.goodwood.com
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Goodwood Racecourse
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In 1802 the 3rd Duke of Richmond introduced horseracing to Goodwood for the amusement of local army officers. Race week was so popular it was soon dubbed Glorious Goodwood and today the racecourse is renowned for being one of the most exciting – and is considered by many to be the most beautiful – in the world. Perched high on the Downs with stunning views towards Chichester and beyond, it enjoys an enviable location that sets it apart from other racecourses to create a truly unforgettable race day experience. https://www.goodwood.com
Museum
Fishbourne Roman Palace is in the village of Fishbourne, Chichester in West Sussex. The palace is the largest residential Roman building discovered in Britain and has an unusually early date of 75 AD, around thirty years after the Roman conquest of Britain. http://sussexpast.co.uk/properties-to-discover/fishbourne-roman-palace
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Fishbourne Roman Palace
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Fishbourne Roman Palace is in the village of Fishbourne, Chichester in West Sussex. The palace is the largest residential Roman building discovered in Britain and has an unusually early date of 75 AD, around thirty years after the Roman conquest of Britain. http://sussexpast.co.uk/properties-to-discover/fishbourne-roman-palace
Opened in 2012, The Novium Museum is Chichester District's award-winning museum. Built over the remains of a Roman bathhouse and with three floors of fantastic exhibitions, The Novium Museum tells the fascinating story of Chichester District and its rich heritage. It looks after 500,000 artefacts, both on display and in its store. The museum is free for people to visit, and is located in Tower Street, close to the cathedral and just opposite Chichester Library. http://www.thenovium.org
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The Novium
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Opened in 2012, The Novium Museum is Chichester District's award-winning museum. Built over the remains of a Roman bathhouse and with three floors of fantastic exhibitions, The Novium Museum tells the fascinating story of Chichester District and its rich heritage. It looks after 500,000 artefacts, both on display and in its store. The museum is free for people to visit, and is located in Tower Street, close to the cathedral and just opposite Chichester Library. http://www.thenovium.org
Set in the heart of the Sussex Downs, Goodwood has been home to the Dukes of Richmond for over 300 years. The picturesque parkland of the Goodwood Estate provides a stunning backdrop to Goodwood House, one of the finest stately homes in the country. The Regency State Apartments house some astonishing treasures including celebrated paintings by Stubbs and Canaletto. The house is open to the public on most Sundays and Mondays between March and October. Visit our website for tour and exhibit information. https://www.goodwood.com
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Goodwood House
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Set in the heart of the Sussex Downs, Goodwood has been home to the Dukes of Richmond for over 300 years. The picturesque parkland of the Goodwood Estate provides a stunning backdrop to Goodwood House, one of the finest stately homes in the country. The Regency State Apartments house some astonishing treasures including celebrated paintings by Stubbs and Canaletto. The house is open to the public on most Sundays and Mondays between March and October. Visit our website for tour and exhibit information. https://www.goodwood.com
Come and explore a fascinating collection of rescued rural buildings set in a beautiful 40-acre site within the South Downs National Park. Discover the stories of the people who lived and worked in them over a 1,000-year period - from Anglo-Saxon to Edwardian times. Homes and historic gardens, farm animals and farming heritage, crafts and trade workshops, beautiful woodland, pasture and wildflower meadows. Take a break from the stresses of modern life and relax at the Museum. Take a walk in the woods, bring the dog, visit the waterside café or enjoy your own picnic. Don1t miss our annual shows, which include the Food & Folk Festival, Rare Breeds Show and Vintage & Steam. https://www.wealddown.co.uk
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Weald & Downland Living Museum
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Come and explore a fascinating collection of rescued rural buildings set in a beautiful 40-acre site within the South Downs National Park. Discover the stories of the people who lived and worked in them over a 1,000-year period - from Anglo-Saxon to Edwardian times. Homes and historic gardens, farm animals and farming heritage, crafts and trade workshops, beautiful woodland, pasture and wildflower meadows. Take a break from the stresses of modern life and relax at the Museum. Take a walk in the woods, bring the dog, visit the waterside café or enjoy your own picnic. Don1t miss our annual shows, which include the Food & Folk Festival, Rare Breeds Show and Vintage & Steam. https://www.wealddown.co.uk
Art
Pallant House Gallery is one of Britain’s most distinctive modern art museums. It tells the story of British art from 1900 to now through original exhibitions and a world- class collection. In its 20 galleries, housed in an historic Queen Anne townhouse with a striking contemporary extension, you can see the work of Lucian Freud, Barbara Hepworth, John Piper, Eduardo Paolozzi and many more greats from the history of modern art. Visit the Gallery’s website to find out about their seasonal exhibitions and their lively programme of talks, workshops and family events. Make a day of it by visiting the restaurant, lingering in the courtyard garden and browsing the art bookshop, which are all free to enter, as are the ground floor exhibitions and displays. An admission charge applies to the collection and main exhibition spaces. https://pallant.org.uk
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Pallant House Gallery
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Pallant House Gallery is one of Britain’s most distinctive modern art museums. It tells the story of British art from 1900 to now through original exhibitions and a world- class collection. In its 20 galleries, housed in an historic Queen Anne townhouse with a striking contemporary extension, you can see the work of Lucian Freud, Barbara Hepworth, John Piper, Eduardo Paolozzi and many more greats from the history of modern art. Visit the Gallery’s website to find out about their seasonal exhibitions and their lively programme of talks, workshops and family events. Make a day of it by visiting the restaurant, lingering in the courtyard garden and browsing the art bookshop, which are all free to enter, as are the ground floor exhibitions and displays. An admission charge applies to the collection and main exhibition spaces. https://pallant.org.uk
Walks
The Centurion Way was once the Chichester to Midhurst Railway line. The section between Lavant and Chichester was used for the transportation of sugar beet and was closed completely in 1957. The tracks were removed in 1993. The name Centurion Way was suggested by a local schoolboy and is based on the fact that the path crosses the course of a Roman road. The easy access trail (1.5km) runs from Chichester to West Dean Estate and is available for cyclists and walkers to use. The easy access trail runs on a section of the Way, close to West Dean. Much of the route follows the River Lavant which is a winterbourne, only becoming a permanent feature to the south of the village of West Dean, the rest being restricted to the wetter months. https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/leisure-recreation-and-community/walking-horse-riding-and-cycling/centurion-way-railway-path/
Centurion Way
The Centurion Way was once the Chichester to Midhurst Railway line. The section between Lavant and Chichester was used for the transportation of sugar beet and was closed completely in 1957. The tracks were removed in 1993. The name Centurion Way was suggested by a local schoolboy and is based on the fact that the path crosses the course of a Roman road. The easy access trail (1.5km) runs from Chichester to West Dean Estate and is available for cyclists and walkers to use. The easy access trail runs on a section of the Way, close to West Dean. Much of the route follows the River Lavant which is a winterbourne, only becoming a permanent feature to the south of the village of West Dean, the rest being restricted to the wetter months. https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/leisure-recreation-and-community/walking-horse-riding-and-cycling/centurion-way-railway-path/
West Dean Gardens is one of the greatest gardens open to the public in England. Creatively inspired by its rich heritage and South Downs setting, the gardens include a Walled Kitchen Garden and 13 working Victorian glasshouses, extensive and richly planted grounds including a stunning 300 foot Edwardian Pergola, and the fifty acre St Roche’s arboretum accessed by the beautiful 2 mile parkland walk. “The Walled Garden and Victorian Glasshouses at West Dean provide visitors with a 21st century approach to growing and displaying fruit, vegetables and ornamentals in innovative ways. It delivers inspirational ideas which attract all to visit time and time again.” https://www.westdean.org.uk/gardens
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West Dean Gardens
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West Dean Gardens is one of the greatest gardens open to the public in England. Creatively inspired by its rich heritage and South Downs setting, the gardens include a Walled Kitchen Garden and 13 working Victorian glasshouses, extensive and richly planted grounds including a stunning 300 foot Edwardian Pergola, and the fifty acre St Roche’s arboretum accessed by the beautiful 2 mile parkland walk. “The Walled Garden and Victorian Glasshouses at West Dean provide visitors with a 21st century approach to growing and displaying fruit, vegetables and ornamentals in innovative ways. It delivers inspirational ideas which attract all to visit time and time again.” https://www.westdean.org.uk/gardens
Beach
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, West Wittering Beach is a large and sandy beach located at the entrance to Chichester Harbour. Proud holders of the Blue Flag Award for cleanliness and safety when it is patrolled by lifeguards in the summer months, it is a wonderful area for a traditional bucket and spade day out or as a starting point winter walk around East Head. Throughout the day, either to eat in or as a takeaway, the Beach Cafe serves an appetising range of hot and cold food (open weekends only in the winter season). Car Parking is available throughout the year, for information on car park prices please visit out website. During the summer months the beach can become particularly busy so please plan your day accordingly and arrive early to grab that space! http://westwitteringestate.co.uk
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West Wittering Beach
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Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, West Wittering Beach is a large and sandy beach located at the entrance to Chichester Harbour. Proud holders of the Blue Flag Award for cleanliness and safety when it is patrolled by lifeguards in the summer months, it is a wonderful area for a traditional bucket and spade day out or as a starting point winter walk around East Head. Throughout the day, either to eat in or as a takeaway, the Beach Cafe serves an appetising range of hot and cold food (open weekends only in the winter season). Car Parking is available throughout the year, for information on car park prices please visit out website. During the summer months the beach can become particularly busy so please plan your day accordingly and arrive early to grab that space! http://westwitteringestate.co.uk
Shopping
Uniquely positioned in a cultural harbour front location in the heart of Portsmouth, Gunwharf Quays is the South’s leading designer shopping outlet. Boasting over 90 stores, offering up to 60% off original retail prices, and over 30 restaurants, bars and coffee shops, Gunwharf Quays is a unique and vibrant shopping and leisure destination. Set right on the beautiful Solent waterfront, it is the ideal place to explore, shop, dine and take in the exciting sights of this historic coastal city. Best for Outlet Shopping The centre is home to dozens of famous brands offering a blend of high-end women’s and men’s fashion stores, childrenswear, shoes and accessories, sportswear, homewares and lifestyle and beauty stores, all offering up to 60% off regular retail prices. https://gunwharf-quays.com
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Gunwharf Quays
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Uniquely positioned in a cultural harbour front location in the heart of Portsmouth, Gunwharf Quays is the South’s leading designer shopping outlet. Boasting over 90 stores, offering up to 60% off original retail prices, and over 30 restaurants, bars and coffee shops, Gunwharf Quays is a unique and vibrant shopping and leisure destination. Set right on the beautiful Solent waterfront, it is the ideal place to explore, shop, dine and take in the exciting sights of this historic coastal city. Best for Outlet Shopping The centre is home to dozens of famous brands offering a blend of high-end women’s and men’s fashion stores, childrenswear, shoes and accessories, sportswear, homewares and lifestyle and beauty stores, all offering up to 60% off regular retail prices. https://gunwharf-quays.com