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 

Royal Marines Museum

www.royalmarinesmuseum.co.uk
Step into the seriously tough world of the Commando and walk in the footsteps of heroes.Explore the fascinating 350 year history of the Royal Marines from their origins in 1664 as sea-going soldiers of the Royal Navy, through to their roles at Trafalgar, through the World Wars, the Falklands Conflict and current day activity. Discover the personal stories from this elite fighting force and learn about the lives of the extraordinary people who hav... read more

Explosion - Museum of Naval Firepower

www.explosion.org.uk
Step into the dangerous world of arming the Royal Navy from gunpowder to modern missiles. Explosion, the Museum of Naval Firepower is an award winning museum of naval warfare situated within 18th century buildings at the Royal Navy's former armaments depot of Priddy's Hard in Gosport.  Home to a unique collection of cannon, big guns, mines, torpedoes, missiles and the nuclear bomb.  Completely family friendly, dis... read more

The Guildhall, Priory Park

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Your wedding day will be one of the most memorable days of your life, and we know how important it is to you that your ceremony is everything you've dreamed of, and more.Situated in the heart of Chichester City Centre, The Guildhall radiates romance and charm. With plenty of natural light, a beautiful stone floor and grand opening entrance, The Guildhall will add a touch of fairytale wedding to any ceremony.A Grade 1 listed building with a ri... read more

HMS Warrior

www.hmswarrior.org/
Step into the time when HMS Warrior was Britain’s ultimate deterrent. Launched in 1860, HMS Warrior was the pride of Queen Victoria's notorious Black Battle Fleet. The world’s first iron-hulled, armoured warship, she was the largest, fastest and most powerful ship of her day and rendered every warship afloat instantly obsolete. HMS Warrior had a profound effect on naval architecture; she was the most powerful weapon the ... read more

The Windmill Trail to Halnaker Windmill

 The striking image of the Halnaker Windmill is an iconic part of the scenery around Chichester.  To enable more people to visit this recently restored landmark, Boxgrove Parish Council has introduced a new, signed ‘Windmill Trail’ starting from Boxgrove Village Hall Car Park and the bus stops at the Halnaker crossroads.  The fully signed trail leads walkers through the lanes of Boxgrove, onto Halnaker, then o... read more

West Dean Gardens

www.westdean.org.uk/gardens
Come and enjoy the beauty that is West Dean Gardens. Creatively inspired by its rich heritage and South Downs setting, the gardens include a Walled Kitchen Garden and 13 working Victorian glasshouses, extensive and richly planted grounds including a stunning 300 foot Edwardian Pergola, and the fifty acre St Roche’s arboretum accessed by the beautiful two mi... read more

Short courses at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation

Your creative retreat awaits.West Dean College of Arts and Conservation is an internationally recognised art college with a strong craft ethos offering over 800 short courses, from beginner to advanced level and ranging from a day, a weekend or an entire week.Your opportunity to develop new skills in beautiful surroundings.Many of our short courses are inspired by the seas... read more

Talks and events at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation

West Dean College of Arts and Conservation has an international profile for conservation and arts education. In addition to being a unique place to study, it offers visitors near and far the opportunity to connect with a rich heritage of arts, craft and creative possibility.Our annual events programme ranges from concerts, literary talks, arts festivals, ‘meet the ar... read more

Cowdray Estate

Cowdray.co.uk
The 16,500-acre, family-owned Cowdray estate in the heart of the stunning South Downs National Park is steeped in history and heritage.On the estate you can discover the ruins of one of England’s most important early Tudor houses, explore breath-taking scenery, and enjoy a variety of country pursuits. There is also an award-winning farm shop and café, and luxury acco... read more

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