About Goodwood

Goodwood is England’s greatest sporting estate. Seat of the Dukes of Richmond for over three centuries, the family has always welcomed their friends and guests to share in their love of sport and enjoy the hospitality that comes with it. Goodwood hosts three of the largest events in the social and sporting calendar: the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard, the Qatar Goodwood Festival and Goodwood Revival. There is simply no finer place in the country to enjoy motorsport and horseracing. In addition to the thrills of the track, guests can also experience two championship golf courses, cricket matches on one of England’s oldest grounds and the chance to arrive by air into Goodwood’s Aerodrome.

With one of the largest lowland organic farms in the country providing organic produce for all the restaurants and at the major events, Home Farm is at the centre of Goodwood’s sustainable food philosophy. This incredible food heritage is celebrated across the estate and the inspiration behind every menu. Ever since the time of the first Duke of Richmond, guests have enthused about the hospitality shown to them at Goodwood and this tradition continues today. With a choice of places to stay and eat, we hope you have an extraordinary time here.

Visit the Goodwood website here: goodwood.com 

Golf At Goodwood

www.goodwood.com/golf-at-goodwood/golf-at-goodwood.aspx
Awarded the 'Most Welcoming Golf Club’ at the 2018 England Golf Awards, Golf At Goodwood is home to two picturesque 18-hole golf courses, which offer golfers of all abilities a tremendous variety of game. Play 18 holes on the Top 100 Downs Course for a true test of golfing pedigree or opt for the Park Course with its tree lined fairways and challenging greens that wind their way around the parkland of Goodwood House.Goodwood i... read more

Goodwood Racecourse

www.goodwood.com/horse-racing/goodwood-racecourse.aspx
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 to be the most beautiful – in the world. Perched high on the Downs with stunning views towards Chichester and beyond, it enjoys an enviable location that sets it apar... read more

Mary Rose Museum

www.maryrose.org
Step into the rediscovered world of Henry VIII’s flagship. The story of the Mary Rose spans almost 500 years. Find out more about the ship, her crew and the thousands of artefacts that have been recovered from the wreck site since the 1970s.... read more

HMS Victory

www.hms-victory.com
Come onboard. Step into the real world of Nelson’s navy. HMS Victory, the world’s most famous and oldest commissioned warship, was Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, which marked the end of Napoleon’s attempt to invade Britain by sea. The ship was also where Nelson himself died a hero’s death.HMS Victory stands as a proud memory and living museum to the 800 men of the Georgian navy who lived, ... read more

Action Stations

www.actionstations.org
Action, adventure, thrills and history all under one roof! Housed in the magnificent Boathouse 6, Action Stations offers a wide range of interactive displays and completes the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard experience by bringing visitors within reach of today's modern high-tech Royal Navy.Explore a mixture of physical challenges and interactive simulators, including one of the tallest climbing towers in Europe. Go into battle with the Roy... read more

Chichester Cathedral

www.chichestercathedral.org.uk
Please note the Cathedral is open but with some changes to ensure you can visit safely, please visit the website for further details.A trip to the bustling City of Chichester is not complete without a visit to the historic 900 year old Cathedral, a living church whose spire dominates the horizon for miles around. This magnificent Cathedral is Mother Church to the parishes ... read more

Pallant House Gallery

www.pallant.org.uk
Pallant House Gallery is one of Britain’s most distinctive modern art museums. It tells the story of British art from 1900 to now through original exhibitions and a world-class collection. In its 20 galleries, housed in an historic Queen Anne townhouse with a striking contemporary extension, you can see the work of Lucian Freud, Barbara Hepworth, John Piper, Eduardo ... read more

Weald & Downland Living Museum

www.wealddown.co.uk
Step back in timeCome and explore a fascinating collection of rescued rural buildings set in a beautiful 40-acre site within the South Downs National Park. Discover the stories of the people who lived and worked in them over a 1,000-year period ­ from Anglo-Saxon to Edwardian times.Homes and historic gardens, farm animals and farming heritage, crafts and trade workshop... read more

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