Things to see and do - Chichester
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At the foot of the South Downs and near the sea, Chichester is dominated by its cathedral spire; the town and its surroundings represent a quintessentially English landscape. Its streets running off the Market Cross (1501) still conform to their Roman plan. The city's main architectural style is Georgian, as Chichester enjoyed its golden age in the 18C. The 20C is represented by Powell and Moya's hexagonal Chichester Festival Theatre, built in 1962.
Tourist attractions Chichester : Things to see and do
The Royal Chantry GB - Chichester PO19 1PX
The cathedral took over a century to build (1091-1184) and has traces of every architectural movement of the Middle Ages. The nave is Norman, the porches, retro-choir and tall windows are Early English; the tower, side chapels and Lady Chapel are in ..
Chichester GB - Singleton PO18 0EU
Over thirty traditional buildings have been re-erected in the magnificent grounds of this well-situated open-air museum, launched in 1967 to rescue country buildings in southeast England. They include a thatched cottage, a shop, a medieval farm, Tudo..
9 North Pallant GB - Chichester PO19 1TJ
This Queen Anne town house was built in 1712 for Henry Peckham, a wine merchant. The tastefully furnished rooms are the setting for collections of Bow porcelain and paintings (Henry Moore, Graham Sutherland, John Piper and Paul Nash).
Terminus Road GB - Chichester PO19 8EL
Premier Inn Chichester is located in Chichester Gate Leisure Park, a 5-minute walk from the train station and a short walk from the city centre. Chichester Gate features a cinema, bowling alley and restaurants, and is within easy reach of the A27. ..
North Street GB - Chichester PO19 1NH
Centrally located, a few minutes' walk from Chichester Festival Theatre and the cathedral, this beautiful 18th-century building has a brasserie and free guest parking. Within Chichester's old city walls, this Grade II listed building still has many ..
Southgate GB - Chichester PO19 1ES
Situated in Chichester centre, The Vestry features cosy log fires, cooked breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. Just 300 metres from Chichester Cathedral, the hotel has a lively bar and restaurant. Live music features on most nights, ending at 12 midnight on we..
Richmond House, The Square GB - Chichester PO19 7SJ
Classically styled brasserie with a lovely terrace, tucked away in a modern flag-stoned square. There's an impressive open kitchen and a display of artisan provisions for sale. Tasty, rustic French cooking uses local produce.
67 Broyle Rd GB - Chichester PO19 6BD
A long-standing restaurant in a 17C house, which used to be a prison, but now, with its blue shutters, resembles a French auberge. Traditionally furnished dining room and conservatory. Classic French cooking.
31 North St GB - Chichester PO19 1LY
This simple, modern café sits within a grand Georgian building. Light, unfussy cooking relies on seasonal ingredients; at dinner, the menu features more ambitious combinations. A minimalist dining room leads to a heated terrace.
Mid Lavant GB - Mid Lavant PO18 0BQ
18C inn with a perfect blend of country character and contemporary styling; its terrace offers amazing views of the South Downs. Good quality, seasonal produce is used in classic British dishes.
57 North St GB - Chichester PO19 1NH
Pook Ln GB - East Lavant PO18 0AX
18C inn with a rustic, laid-back feel; arrive early for a spot by the fire. Cooking is fairly refined but steaks play an important role. There are interesting vegetarian options, a good cheese selection and plenty of wines by the glass. Spacious bedr..