Best places to visit in Chichester

Chichester Cathedral

Chichester plays home to some of the oldest churches and buildings in the whole of the UK, but you don’t have to be interested in history in order to fall in love with the fantastic city. Let’s take a look at the top five things to do whilst in Chichester

Chichester Cathedral

People come from far and wide in order to see this fantastic attraction. One of the great things about Chichester Cathedral is that it is free. From the stunning stain glass windows to the tapestries; if you have an appreciation for art, history, and religion then you will love the time you spend here.

Tangmere Military Aviation Museum

Here you will get to witness an astonishing selection of historic aircraft and an unusual range of aviation memorabilia. The wonders on display include pieces from World War One right up until the Cold War.

Goodwood House

Goodwood House is another place well worth visiting. This is one of the greatest old country houses in the UK. You will get to experience all of the glamour you would expect to find in such grand houses, yet there is a fantastic homely quality to the Goodwood House too. If you want to visit the Goodwood House, tickets are £9.50 for adults and children under the age of 12 go free.

Kingley Vale

If you are someone with an appreciation for nature and a love for wildlife, you cannot visit Chichester without taking a trip to Kingley Vale. As you walk along the woodland areas, you will explore incredible scenery. Don’t forget to take your camera with you, as you will definitely want to get some beautiful snaps!

Fishbourne Roman Palace

This is actually the largest Roman home in the whole of Great Britain. If you want to feast your eyes on everything that is luxurious and lavish then this is the place. And if the building itself wasn’t gorgeous enough, the beautiful gardens are stunning. If you want to visit the Fishbourne Roman Place, tickets are £9.50 for adults and £4.90 for children. A family ticket costs £26.

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