This church building is all that remains of a Franciscan monastery, which didn't survive Henry VIII's 1536 Dissolution of the...
Chichester's epicentre is marked by a cute market building constructed in 1501 by the bishop of the time to enable impoverished locals...
Pallant House Gallery
A Queen Anne mansion built by a local wine merchant, handsome Pallant House and a 21st-century wing host this superb gallery, focusing...
Chichester Festival Theatre
Built in 1962, this somewhat Soviet-looking playhouse has a long and distinguished history. Sir Laurence Olivier was the theatre's first...
St Martin's Tearooms
A little cocoon of nooks and crannies tucked away in a part-18th-century, part-medieval town house, this organic cafe serves freshly...
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Novium Museum information
Chichester's purpose-built museum provides a home for the eclectic collections of the now-defunct District Museum as well as many artefacts from Fishbourne and a huge mosaic from Chilgrove Roman villa. The highlight is the set of Roman baths discovered in the 1970s, around which the six-million-pound museum was designed.