Visit Chichester

Wednesdays and Saturdays £10.95 per person

Explore the cathedral city of Chichester without the hassle of driving and parking. Our return coach trip will leave Lakeside at around 10.00am and will take you to the town centre. You'll have ample time to do some shopping or see the sights before returning at approximately 3.00pm. 

Why not visit

  • Mary Rose Museum – All year round (33 mins) - A fascinating look at the Tudor warship sunk in 1545 and raised from the depths in 1982
  • Eastoke Corner Beach – All year round (14 mins walk) - Incredible views from an unspoilt shingle beach that even has its own little railway
  • Portsmouth with Gunwharf Quays - Take a stroll around the shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes located on this historical quay
  • Chichester - Visit Chichester and explore the local museum, cathedral, shops and cafes in this beautiful fishing village (16 miles away)
  • Fishbourne Roman Palace - Explore the Roman Palace, built in the 1st century AD around thirty years after the Roman conquest of Britain
  • Portsmouth Historic Docks - Home of three historic British warships: Henry VII's doomed flagship Mary Rose, Nelson's flagship HMS Victory, and the world's first iron battleship, HMS Warrior (13.5 miles away)
  • Spinnaker Tower - Standing at the gateway to Portsmouth's historic harbour, 170m high Emirates Spinnaker Tower is one of the tallest viewing towers in England outside of London
  • D-Day Museum - Portsmouth's D-Day Museum is Britain's only museum dedicated solely to covering all aspects of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France, on 6 June 1944
  • Hayling Island Beach - Home to a golf club and a funfair (1.5 miles away)