Bignor Roman Villa is the remains of a large Roman courtyard villa and farm which has been excavated. It is well-known for its high quality mosaic floors, which are some Read more [...]
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The guest house and other remains of a Benedictine priory: much of the fine 12th to 14th- century monastic church survives as the parish church.
The Cathedral of our Lady and St. Philip Howard in Arundel is a Roman Catholic Cathedral build between 1869 and 1873 by the 15th Duke of Norfolk. Plans designed by Read more [...]
Amberley Working Museum is a 36 acre open-air museum. This large site is dedicated to the industrial heritage of the south-east of England. The Museum contains a wide range of 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 [...]
Fishbourne Roman Palace was originally a military base but changed to a Palace by the end of the first century. You can see a selection of mosaics within the palace Read more [...]
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 [...]
According to the inscription upon the Chichester Market Cross, it was built by Edward Story, the bishop of Chichester from 1477 to 1503. Built so that the poor people should 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 [...]
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 [...]
Bosham church of The Holy Trinity, is one of the earliest churches in Sussex and there is documented evidence to show that there was a small Christian community in Bosham 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 [...]