Chichester's purpose-built museum provides a home for the eclectic collections of the now-defunct District Museum as well as many...
Chichester's epicentre is marked by a cute market building constructed in 1501 by the bishop of the time to enable impoverished locals...
This understated cathedral was begun in 1075 and largely rebuilt in the 13th century. The freestanding church tower went up in the 15th...
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...
Lonely Planet review
This church building is all that remains of a Franciscan monastery, which didn't survive Henry VIII's 1536 Dissolution of the Monasteries. The church later served as a court of law, where William Blake was tried for sedition in 1804, and then as Chichester's first museum.