Shoreham Fort was built in 1857 and is located on the Eastern end of Shoreham Beach at the entrance to Shoreham harbour. The England south coast had a number of Read more [...]
Our History and Heritage category brings all Coast Radar’s listings related to looking for something to do or a place to visit together where they offer some form of historic or heritage based activity.
Finding the best things to see and do on a West Sussex day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the historic and heritage links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next West Sussex activity.
Parham has only been owned by three families since the building was started in 1577 and extended over the years. Built from local stone and slates. Parham’s Gardens consist of Read more [...]
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery collections are very diverse. With one of the largest costume collections in England as well as a stunning collection of toys and dolls. A Local Read more [...]
St Margaret’s Church is the parish church of West Hoathly and Sharpthorne in West Sussex. Built over 900 years ago, the church spire reaches over 600ft into the air. Visit Read more [...]
West Dean House, a large mansion built of flint which houses West Dean College, an arts and crafts school. The house, built by the Peachey family in 1804, was later Read more [...]
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum was established on the old RAF Tangmere airfield. From its beginnings in 1916, through its illustrious service as one of Britain’s front line fighter bases during Read more [...]
The oldest part of Sompting St Marys Church is the Saxon Tower, which has stonework that has been dated as pre-1000AD and stands at around 25m high with walls 76cm Read more [...]
Shipley Mill is an eight-sided ‘smock’ windmill located near Horsham in West Sussex. It is called a smock windmill as it was said it looked like an old-fashioned farm labourer’s Read more [...]
The Pallant House Gallery is a Modern Art Gallery in Chichester. Aleays has an exciting line-up of temporary exhibitions, an important permanent collection, and a packed programme of workshops, talks, Read more [...]
Goodwood House is the seat of the Dukes of Richmond. Over the years many architects have contributed to the design of the house, including James Wyatt. It was the intention Read more [...]
Chichester Cathedral has fine architecture in both the Norman and the Gothic styles. Chichester Cathedral has two architectural features that are unique among England’s medieval cathedrals; a free-standing medieval bell Read more [...]
Chichester Guildhall was built in 1269 as the church for the Greyfriars. After the Dissolution of the monasteries the church became the Town Hall. It is a Grade 1 listed Read more [...]