Visit Chichester - Local Attractions
Goodwood, Chichester PO18 0PH, UK
The Goodwood Estate offers up 12,000 spectacular acres that host a dazzling array of sporting activities - from action-packed horseracing to flying, motor racing, golf and shooting.
Open Air Theater Road, Singleton, Chichester PO18 0EU, UK
Weald & Downland Open Air Museum
Ever wondered about life in ‘the olden days’? At the Weald & Down Open Air Museum in Singleton you can not only see it, but experience it too. Set in acres of stunning landscape there are 50 traditional buildings that trace 950 years of rural life. Learn about Tudor cooking, Victorian blacksmithing and rural crafts; see heavy horses, rare breeds and steam engines, or take the dog and enjoy a real family picnic.
Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9AB
High on a hill sits Arundel Castle, dominating the landscape and commanding panoramic views across the South Downs. Built in the 11th Century, this imposing castle has been home to the Dukes of Norfolk and their ancestors for nearly 1,000 years. Open Easter to October and with a myriad of events on offer, the castle and its magnificent gardens make a memorable day out.
Mill Road, Arundel West Sussex BN18 9PB
Arundel Wetland Centre
Just a frog’s hop from the castle, you’ll discover the Arundel Wetland Centre, a 65 acre wildlife haven. Check out the bats, bugs, water voles, and wildfowl; go pond dipping; take a reed bed walk or head off on a boat safari with an expert on-board.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Visitor Centre, Victory Gate, HM Naval Base, Portsmouth, PO1 3LJ
Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard
In Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard there’s 800 years of naval history, from Henry VIII’s flagship, The Mary Rose, to Admiral Nelson’s HMS Victory and The Warrior. But that’s not all, there’s a laser quest, harbour tours and a First World War Warship.