Chichester is a cathedral city situated in the South-East county of West Sussex in England. With its interesting buildings, beautiful surrounds and vibrant culture, Chesterfield is an excellent place to enjoy a stay at any time of the year.
Amongst the great attractions to enjoy in Chichester is Chichester Cathedral, an 11th Century building of fabulous structure. Amongst the amazing monuments to see are the remains of a Roman mosaic pavement, definitely worth a look. The Pallant House Galley, winner of the 2007 gallery of the year Gulbenkian Prize, houses an excellent collection of modern British Art, as well as a changing program of exhibitions.
Chichester Cathedral, West Street, Chichester PO19 1RP (01243) 782595
Built in the heart of Chichester more than 900 years ago, Chichester Cathedral is open every day with free admission.
Visitors can enjoy guided tours, a stroll through Bishop’s Palace Gardens or the Cloisters café and shop.
Chichester District Museum, 29 Little London, Chichester PO19 1PB (01243) 784683
Founded in 1831, Chichester District Museum was originally set up in the Royal West Sussex Hospital.
Moving to its present location in 1962, the museum now contains items relevant to local geology, history and archaeology.