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Bognor Regis is ideally situated to explore the history and natural beauty of West Sussex.

Historic Chichester is on our doorstep, and the towns of Arundel and Selsey are within easy reach. Pagham harbour is just west of the town, the South Downs National Park to the north.

There’s plenty to see and do when visiting BOGNOR REGIS.

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Aldingbourne Centre



There's so much to see and do, all year round!

If you like the idea of supporting a local charity by having fun, the Aldingbourne Country Centre is well worth a visit. Woodland walks, our open farm, loads of games and wonderful home-cooked food are just some of the attractions visitors enjoy. From guinea pig cuddling to getting your favourite chair restored, it really is a different and great day out.
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Amberley Museum



“Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre is set in a 36 acre site in the South Downs National Park.

Dedicated to the industrial heritage of the South East, exhibits include a narrow-gauge railway and bus service (both provide free nostalgic travel around the site), Connected Earth Telecommunications Hall, Milne Electricity Hall, Printing Workshop and much more.
Arundel



“Combining one thousand years of history with independent shops, contemporary art galleries, restaurants, cafes, delightful drinking spots, great attractions and a thriving events calendar, plus leisure pursuits from walking across the South Downs to canoeing or cycling... there is something for everyone when you visit Arundel.”
Bignor Roman Villa



Bignor Roman Villa is the stunning remains of a Roman home with world-class mosaic floors in a spectacular Downland setting.

Learn why the Roman owners chose to develop such a magnificent settlement at Bignor in the 3rd Century AD and how they acquired wealth from its location.

Outside the Roman Villa, walk through the beautiful Nyetimber vineyard and explore the endless footpaths and stunning villages in the heart of the South Downs National Park.


Chichester Harbour



“The harbour is one the few remaining undeveloped coastal areas in Southern England. Bright wide expanses and intricate creeks are at the same time a major wildlife haven and among some of Britain’s most popular boating waters.

The saltmarsh and mudflats are a haven for around 55,000 birds who reside in or visit the harbour throughout the year. These include large flocks of Brent Geese, Dunlin and Little Egrets.”
Chichester Canal Boat Trips



“The Trust has two canal boats, Kingfisher and Richmond, and offers both scheduled and charter trips throughout the year. The boats ply the two mile section of the canal between the Basin and Donnington; a beautiful stretch with excellent views and prolific wildlife. Both boats can accommodate disabled passengers.”
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Chichester Harbour Water Tours



“We offer a variety of different types of trip based on the needs of your group or family. Trips leave up to 4 times daily during the high season. Consult our timetable for further details.

Chichester Harbour Water Tours can supply any type of bird watching trip to study the waders or the various wild duck that live in the Harbour.”
City of Chichester



“Discover the beautiful Chichester District
and all the other lovely places nearby...

Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, Chichester is surrounded by beautiful countryside, sandy beaches, fishing villages, historical and family attractions, offering incredible diversity to suit every visitor.”





Denmans Gardens



“There is something about the garden at Denmans which is quite unlike any other in Britain, for its display is not only to do with flower colour, but foliage form, textures and, of course, as it moves to autumn, with foliage colour as well.

Denmans was the garden to a country house, so there is a walled garden containing a recently introduced herb garden, a newly refurbished conservatory- now alive with the chatter of budgerigars, and a larger area for frost-tender plants.

And if that isn't enough, The Garden Café is available for morning coffee, lunches, afternoon teas and is fully licensed so you can enjoy a glass of wine with your meal. There is also a Gift Shop selling a range of exclusive gift items and a beautiful Plant Centre selling a variety of perennials, shrubs, pots and statuatory.”
Dunreyth Alpacas



•What we can provide
•Alpaca Walking
•Alpaca Products For Sale
•Alpacas For Sale
•Adopt An Alpaca
•Hen Parties
•Childrens Parties
•Picnic Area / Free Parking/
Fishbourne Roman Palace



“Imagine the luxury that would once have surrounded the proud owner of this lavish Roman residence. This palace was certainly fit for a king. Stroll around the recreated Roman gardens – the earliest gardens found anywhere in the country – and enjoy the largest collection of mosaics in situ in the UK”
Flying Fortress



“The Flying Fortress is a family entertainment centre for all the family to enjoy.Electricity Hall, Printing Workshop and much more.

The playframe is in the shape of an aeroplane and includes soft play areas for toddlers, Mirror Mazes and Racing Slides. The teenagers have pool tables to keep them entertained whilst the babies and toddlers have a separate safe place to play in and special weekly sessions just for them.”




Fontwell Park



Fontwell Park Racecourse is one of the most intimate and friendly racecourses in the country and its unique figure of eight track adds to the excitement of jump racing .Aside from racing, Fontwell Park is the perfect destination for a huge range of events; from Weddings to Banqueting, Exhibitions to Christmas Parties and Meeting Space for 2 – 400 guests.
GO Ballistic



“Situated in the heart of Sussex countryside, our excellent Littlehampton site is a 60 acre playground for you and your mates to escape the rat race and get an action fix.

We have four woodland battle zones and two open fields. Each arena uses the dramatic natural terrain, and is enhanced with brilliant man-made fortifications. You'll grab flags, take prisoners, defend castles and blast away enemies one after the other. It's breathless, heart pounding fun and it's right here waiting for you.Electricity Hall, Printing Workshop and much more.”
Goodwood Aerodrome



“Formerly known as RAF Westhampnett, the airfield has been located here since the Second World War, when it served as a satellite airfield to nearby RAF Tangmere. Its West Sussex location makes it the south coast’s focal point for flying excellence, and gives pilots and their passengers a bird’s-eye view over the Solent and the Isle of Wight.”
Goodwood House



“The home of the Earl and Countess of March combines the glamour of a great English country house with the warmth of a family home. It also provides a dramatic setting for one of the most significant private art collections in the country. The State Apartments, restored to their full Regency splendour, reflect the exoticism and opulence of this period.”




Goodwood Motor Circuit



“Goodwood Motor Circuit was officially opened in September 1948 when Freddie March, the 9th Duke and renowned amateur racer, tore around the track in a Bristol 400. He received a rapturous response from 15,000 spectators who had come to the opening of Britain's first professionally organised post-war motor-racing
Goodwood Racecourse



“In 1802 the 3rd Duke of Richmond introduced horseracing to Goodwood for the amusement of local army officers. Race week was so popular it was soon dubbed Glorious Goodwood and today the racecourse is renowned for being one of the most exciting – and is considered by many as the most beautiful – in the world.”
Ground Control Paintball



“We are based on the coast at Climping near Littlehampton, West Sussex on our own privately owned 60-acre site of woodland and open farmland.

We have extensive experience in providing Corporate Days, which are renowned for team building benefits, with our solutions being tailored to your exacting needs. This combined with a shared experience at one of the many adjacent conference and leisure facilities can provide the ideal solution.
Harbour Park



“Harbour Park is the number one thing to do in Sussex if you’re planning a family day out by the beach. Our rides and attractions are designed for families with children between the ages of 2-12, but there are also great places to eat as well as traditional arcade games in the Family Arcade. It’s a great place to gently introduce your children to the delights of fun rides.”




Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve



“Pagham Harbour is a glorious and peaceful nature reserve and an internationally important wetland site for wildlife.

There is something of interest all year round. Resident species include little egrets, ringed plovers and lapwings. In spring and autumn, all sorts of migrant birds pass through. In the summer, lapwings and little terns breed, and butterflies flit along the hedgerows, dragonflies patrol the ponds, and lizards bask in the sun.”
Selsey



“Whether you're planning a day out at the seaside, enjoying our award winning beaches and excellent sunshine record or a relaxing short break exploring the pennisular and the South Downs.

Visit Selsey will help you find all you need for the perfect stay, from hotels to restaurants, shops, and attractions to keep the kids amused, as well as great things to do for grown ups. As a holiday resort, Selsey has something for everyone!”
South Downs National Park



“From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breathtaking views and hidden gems. A rich tapestry of wildlife, landscapes, tranquillity and visitor attractions, weave together a story of people and place in harmony.

Discover the white cliffs of Seven Sisters, rolling farmland, ancient woodland and lowland heaths or enjoy our ‘picture perfect’ villages, traditional country pubs or flourishing vineyards. Let the South Downs National Park subtly seduce you.”
Tangmere Military Museum



“The Museum is home to an impressive display of historic aircraft and a unique collection of aviation memorabilia stretching from the First World War through to the Cold War. Amongst the many attractions, are numerous interactive displays and several aircraft simulators for visitors to experience. There is something for all members of the family to see and do.”




UK Paintball



The Bognor Regis paintball venue is located right in the heart of the South Coast. Only 20 minutes away from Chichester city centre and 10 minutes from Bognor.

So if you are in the Bognor Regis area and looking for a paintball day out for any occasion this venue is ideal. At the Bognor Regis paintball centre stag and hen do's are also very much welcome and this venue always proves popular with all groups whatever the size or age may be. Great for birthdays, work outings and all groups wanting a great day out full of fun and laughs.
Weald & Downland Museum



Enjoy the Museum’s 40-acre site and visit our collection of historic buildings – we have 50 to explore and many of our exhibit houses are furnished to recreate historic domestic interiors. There is a regular programme of domestic and craft demonstrations, including cooking in our Tudor kitchen; blacksmithing in our Victorian smithy; plus seasonal demonstrations. Take a walk in the woods, bring the dog (we are dog friendly), visit the café kiosk or enjoy your own picnic..”
West Dean Gardens



“Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, West Dean Gardens is one of the greatest restored gardens open to the public today. Visitors can explore a wide range of features on a gentle walk around the grounds. From surreal trees to the restored walled garden, West Dean Gardens proudly presents its rich creative and social heritage.

A stop in our Visit England-endorsed restaurant and on-site shop will complete every visit.”






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