Things to Do in Worthing

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Things to Do in Worthing

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  • Mary P
    West Sussex, England.54 contributions
    We always enjoy a stroll around these lovely gardens whatever the time of year. Our Grandchildren are now enjoying the delights also.
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • BermudaTriangle
    Bermuda121 contributions
    I last visited the pier 45 years ago and, apart from the penny machines no longer being there, little seems to have changed, which is as it should be.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • hehoodares
    croxley green75 contributions
    Very interesting and unusual for the inside of a Catholic Church.
    Apparently it took 5 years to finish the ceiling
    Written October 18, 2021
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  • Peter R
    Dartford, UK961 contributions
    The beach is predominantly gravel or pebbles with some small sandy areas. Even though it was February there were quite a few people venturing into swim, rather them than me. Behind the beach is a wide concrete promenade which is much easier to walk on than the beach and nearby are many cafes’, shops and amusement arcades.
    Written March 31, 2022
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  • Malika F
    20 contributions
    A great place to pick local produce (delicious Sussex strawberries in the spring!) and educate children about where food comes from. The free tractor ride is always exciting for young children! Punnets and bags are provided free of charge. Lots of parking as well.
    Written January 22, 2022
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  • Peter R
    Dartford, UK961 contributions
    The museum has free entry, and although small, seems to pack a lot in without being crammed. Some interesting art on the top floor and lots of information on local history, from early archaeological items to more recent history. The quality of the information boards was also very good. The staff were all very friendly and there was a small shop which had a few unusual items.
    Written March 31, 2022
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  • Steve T
    Worthing, UK31 contributions
    We went to see a quiet place. My girlfriend is visually impaired so uses audio description when watching in the cinema.
    Unfortunately there was something up either the headsets so they weren't working.
    As the film suggests it wasn't practical for me to read out the subtitles and describe what was happening so left
    We spoke with the connaught the following and rebooked tickets.
    When we arrived the tickets had been refunded, we were allowed to get free drinks and snacks from the kiosk.
    This was such good customer service and I cannot have wanted anything else.
    Unbelievable service
    Written July 17, 2021
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  • Topnin
    14 contributions
    Peaceful, beautiful and interesting. Millers tomb and ancient remains. In the summer skylarks nest there
    Written March 9, 2022
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  • Kentsy
    Worthing, UK8 contributions
    We had our wedding ceremony & breakfast here last week, and it was an amazing day. Paul and Aly were extremely accommodating, making sure our day was as perfect as can be whilst ensuring we all felt safe amongst current restrictions.
    The venue was beautiful, the food tasted brilliant and portion sizes were very impressive! Not to mention the value was great. All in all would definitely recommend - thanks a lot Paul and Aly!
    Written December 17, 2020
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  • Paula M
    Littlehampton, UK43 contributions
    The first open afternoon of the year. An excellent guided tour showing the clever workings of the mill. A lovely hot chocolate and home made cake at a reasonable price. It helped that it was a beautiful sunny afternoon for sitting outside. Run by awesome knowledgeable volunteers.
    Written April 4, 2022
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  • leetemum
    Worthing, UK59 contributions
    We really enjoy walking around the lake here at Brooklands but it is getting very overgrown on the board walks and we struggle to see into the lake. The play park is great but the rubbish bins need to be emptied more frequently because we have now seen rats in the park on 2 occasions picking rubbish off the floor of the overflowing bin.
    Also a nice cafe would be great and some picnic benches actually on the grass near where the old paddling pool used to be.
    Written September 29, 2021
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  • Tiggy W
    Worthing, UK400 contributions
    I had been invited to an evening party and we were fortunate that the evening was warm so we could sit outside, the seating was very good and plentiful. The main issue all evening was with the ‘young’ bar staff they obviously have not been trained comprehensively. We asked for a bottle of red wine and the girl got a bottle of white out of the fridge! We asked for a tomato juice with Worcester sauce, they did not have a clue what that was and offered Tabasco! One of them did find some but drowned it and my friend could not drink it. The drinks are very expensive, it is much better value to buy a bottle of wine. The food the venue provided was very good. A selection of rolls, sandwiches, sausage rolls, quiches, wedges etc. I didn’t really get involved in the disco as we sat outside but that seemed fine. If the bar staff could be trained it would be a good venue. You can park for free at night in the car park next door which is a bonus.
    Written September 1, 2019
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  • Paul F
    Chesterfield, UK2,036 contributions
    We overlooked these gardens and the sea in our hotel, and took the opportunity to have a little walk around them on the morning of our departure.

    Lovely quiet space with a statue of Neptune!
    Written August 26, 2021
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  • Edwin F
    Calgary, Canada1,555 contributions
    Five of us went to see beauty and the beast pantomime in December. Panto was good for a local production. Was quite busy. Glad to see the local support.
    Written January 13, 2022
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  • Jon A
    7 contributions
    When a pool is designed by top British architects at a seafront location, you expect a bit of magic. And while there's nothing to hate about the Splashpoint, you can't help feeling it could have been so much better.

    It's clean,popular, and well staffed. At 8am on a winter morning it was rammed with the denizens of Worthing doing lengths and swimcersize classes in the cleverly divided main pool.

    But does the pool look out to the adjacent sea over an infinity waterfall? Is the changing village spacious and colour coded to see where the showers are? Is there a delightful cafe and spectator area? It's a no to all three questions.

    Give the millions it must have cost, it's a real missed opportunity to build something fabulous. And now it's overshadowed by another of Worthing's ghastly neo-deco giant apartment blocks.

    Good luck to local campaigners trying to evict the amusement arcade from the old lido and get it restored. That at least would be worthy of Worthing.
    Written November 24, 2019
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