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Amberley Museum Amberley Museum

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…

Centurion Way easy access Centurion Way Cycle Route & Easy Access Trail

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…

Chichester Canal: Chichester’s Secret Waterway

One of Chichester’s best kept secrets (from visitors and locals alike) is the 200-year-old Chichester Ship Canal, just a 10 minute walk from Chichester City Centre. This secret waterway was once part of the former Portsmouth and Arundel Canal, which…

Chichester Harbour walks- No.7 Chichester Harbour Walks No. 7- Northney Explorer

Having crossed the busy bridge onto Hayling Island you soon reach the tranquillity of Northney. The 12th Century church with its pretty churchyard makes a pleasant midway resting spot before continuing through farmland for a short stretch along the shoreline.

Chichester Harbour: Chichester’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Chichester Harbour: Chichester’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

While strictly speaking, Chichester Harbour isn’t in the City Centre, it’s just four miles away and is not to be missed. Many don’t know that this is a designated AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) thanks to its bright wide…

Chichester Sculpture Trail Chichester Sculpture Trail

This sculpture trail has been produced by the National Recording Project for Sussex. The Project is a Heritage Lottery funded collaboration between the University of Brighton and the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association who are based in London. You can…

Coultershaw Heritage Site

See a working waterwheel power an 18th century beam pump and explore an enchanting riverside heritage site. An exhibition explains the history of Coultershaw – the early use of water power and the installation in 1782 of a pump to…

Cowdray Castle on Cowdray Estate Cowdray Estate

The 16,500-acre, family-owned Cowdray estate in the heart of the stunning South Downs National Park is steeped in history and heritage. On the estate you can discover the ruins of one of England’s most important early Tudor houses, explore breath-taking…

A photo showing East Wittering beach in winter East Wittering Beach

East Wittering’s sand and shingle beach is the ideal destination for bucket and space family fun, coastal walks and high-energy water sports experiences. At low tide the beach is transformed as the sandy expanse of the shore is exposed. Breezy…

Pagham Harbour Walks- Church Norton Explore Pagham Harbour

Begin your explorations of Pagham Harbour at the RSPB visitor centre where you can learn about the exciting wildlife you could find and where you might get your feet wet at high tide! Pagham Harbour is criss-crossed with public and permissive…

A photograph showing a far reaching view from the top of Kingley Vale nature reserve , West Sussex Kingley Vale Trail

The reserve contains one of the finest yew forests in western Europe, including a grove of ancient trees which are among the oldest living things in Britain. Main habitats: Yew woodland and lowland chalk grassland County: West Sussex Why visit:…

Moonlight Cottage Cocking and West Dean Woods Trail Moonlight Cottage Cocking & West Dean Woods Trail

A 7.5 mile circular walk from Cocking, West Sussex in the heart of the South Downs. The walking route heads south, climbing steeply to reach the South Downs Way and then follows this ridge-top path west to perform a circuit…