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Chichester Cathedral

The Cathedral is a living church that has been at the centre of life in Chichester for over nine centuries. You are invited to share in worship, explore history, art and music and experience their vibrant programme of events.


Website: Chichester Cathedral

Petworth House

Inspired by Baroque palaces of Europe, the 17th-century Petworth House displays one of the finest art collections in the care of the National Trust. See the state rooms featuring paintings and sculpture, including artwork by Van Dyck, Turner, Reynolds and Gainsborough. Petworth House's history has been created by one family over 900 years, with the collection highlighting a journey through history including the Gunpowder Plot and Napoleonic Wars. Collection highlights include the earliest English globe in existence, dating to 1592, and carvings by Grinling Gibbons. The Servants' Quarters, including the historic kitchens, show a glimpse into the life of the people who worked here.  Outside, the Pleasure Garden features formal borders, woodland walks, and architectural features, such as the Ionic Rotunda. The 700-acre Deer Park, which was transformed in the 1750s and early 1760s by the landscape architect Lancelot 'Capability' Brown, is home to ancient trees and fallow deer.


Website: Petworth House and Park