Worthing is a vibrant town where you can enjoy the attractive Sussex coast and Lancing is a large village situated less than four miles from Worthing. There’s a wealth of entertainment in Worthing, with the Assembly Hall and The Pavilion Theatre having music, dance and comedy and the Connaught Cinema showing film and theatre screenings. If you want to eat out in Worthing, you’ll have a great choice, with restaurants offering a wide range of international cuisines, and there’s also a varied selection in Lancing.
Shopping in Worthing offers great choices with both independent shops and boutiques and regular markets as well as high street names, and you’ll also find The Montague Centre here, and Lancing also has a good range for shopping. Conference venues for business here include those at the Chatsworth Hotel, Worthing and the Assembly Hall Complex, and the nearest major airport is Gatwick Airport.
Worthing & Lancing Car Hire
Wherever you are in Worthing & Lancing, it’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Worthing & Lancing car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and others.
While you’re in Worthing and Lancing you can visit these places:
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery
At this Museum you can see many large and varied collections of exhibits including historical costumes and textiles such as beadwork and lace. There are also dolls which date back to the 1700’s along with dolls’ houses, teddy bears and toy soldiers, and the archaeological section includes Bronze Age and Saxon exhibits along with a Medieval logboat.
This is a lovely place where you can enjoy the peaceful surroundings and beautiful displays of flowers and plants, including a number of rare species. Some of the sights to see are a Judas Tree and cherry trees, a bamboo pond with wildlife such as frogs and toads, an enchanting cave pond, a lovely beech wood and herb and rose gardens.
Beach House Park
This is a delightful Park to visit with lovely features to enjoy such as formal gardens with many colourful flower displays and shrubs, along with a pavilion and several bowling greens where international and national bowling championships are held.
High Salvington Windmill
You can visit this historic post windmill which was built around the mid 18th century and has been restored to working order. The Mill is Grade II listed and you can look around the Mill and learn about its interesting history, restoration and workings.
You can have a stroll along the Grade II listed Worthing Pier, built in the mid 19th century, and enjoy the scenic coastal views from there. You’ll find the Pavilion Theatre here along with a cafe and tearooms, and there are also amusement arcades to enjoy. You can also watch the yearly International Birdman competition, which involves people launching themselves off the pier in all manner of self propelled contraptions, to see who can fly the furthest, which is a lot of fun to watch.
This is a lovely area on Worthing’s promenade which has a number of features that you can enjoy including a unique mist water feature with lights and sounds. There’s also a splash pad, and crazy golf as well as floodlit sand courts for volleyball as well as other sports. There’s plenty of seating around the area as well as a beach garden and a cycle path that runs along the promenade.
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