Close Attractions - Keedwell House
The University of Chichester was established in 1839 and attained university status in 2005. Bognor is a delightful place to stay when attending University functions.
Chichester Golf Club is open to all visitors on a simple pay-and-play basis, with no membership required. For beginners, this means it's easy to try your hand at golf. For regular players, everything you need is here the Club boasts two eighteen hole courses and a nine hole par 3 course, together with a driving range and video teaching academy.
Fontwell Park Racecourse is set in beautiful countryside in West Sussex, on the roundabout joining the A27 and A29. Whether you're a racing enthusiast or on a family outing we guarantee a warm welcome with 19 National Hunt racemeetings a year including Bank Holiday, evening and weekend fixtures.
Goodwood House is the family seat of the Dukes of Richmond. It is set in the heart of the Sussex Downs and houses astonishing works of art, fine furniture, tapestries and porcelain. The surrounding parklands host many world famous Motoring and Equestrian events quite apart from being home to two international 18 hole golf courses.
Arundel Castle is one of the longest inhabited country houses in England. Many of the original features such as the crenellated Norman keep, gatehouse and barbican and the lower part of Bevis Tower survive. Between the 1870s and 1890s the house was almost completely rebuilt and the magnificent architecture in Gothic style is considered to be one of the great works of Victorian England.
For 900 years Chichester Cathedral has welcomed visitors through its doors - worshippers, seekers, tourists, people of all faiths and none. People visit cathedrals for all sorts of reasons. Whatever has brought you to Chichester, we welcome you to this place, where people have brought their joys and their sorrows for 900 years.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard home not only to the Royal Navy's flagship HMS Victory but also to Henry VIII's warship Mary Rose and the first iron hulled warship HMS Warrior. This is the place to see the Royal Navy past, present and future and is a must see for anyone visiting the south of England.
Gunwharf Quays next to the dockyard will more than satisfy any shopaholics.
Bognor's Grade 2 listed Picturedrome has 3 screens so there is always a choice of programmes at very reasonalbe prices. The 357 Alexandra Theatre has a wide and frequently changing diet of comedy, musicals, drama and all kinds of music. Hotham park or the promenade invite you to take a gentle stroll.
The South Downs with miles of delightful walks and cycle paths not to mention quaint pubs is on your doorstep.
Get close to nature at the Wetland centre which is year round fascinating attraction not just for the birdwatching fraternity but for all those interested in the natural world.
This museum displays aircraft and artefacts from the Great War to the Cold War Era. A fascinating view into our aviation heritage. During WW2 RAF Tangmere was the main sector airfield for Fighter Command in the front line defence during thr Battle of Britain.
With its 100 seater auditorium and magnificent star projector projecting nearly 4,500 stars and other celestial objects onto a dome above your head this has always been a fascinating place of interest. Now the capacity to show stunning fulldome immersive video sequences that will surround you with breathtaking moving colour images has further enhanced this experience.
West End Theatre at West Sussex prices! Visit the Theatre for the best musicals, hilarious comedies, classic drama and innovative new writing. Enjoy the wide variety of eateries from a full dinner to delicious snacks.