Plan your visit


Just 90 mins from London, 45 mins from Gatwick airport and around 2hr drive from the port of Dover  – Worthing is ideal place to relax and recharge.

With plenty of great places to stay, Worthing is a happy collision of classic and contemporary – where else can you hop off your paddle board and into one of the oldest working cinemas in the UK, tuck into a traditional cream tea or pop into a micro pub, swing by an art studio beach hut or feed wild ponies at an Iron Age fort. The town also makes a perfect base from which to explore wider Sussex – Brighton and the BA i 360, Chichester, Arundel and Goodwood are all within easy reach.

Check out the local bus routes via the Stagecoach website, or plan your train journey today.

Discover more about Worthing...

Beach & Seafront

Wide open with far reaching views, Worthing seafront provides a wonderful natural playground for all ages in or out of the water there's fun to be had for all.

What's On

A wide range of events take place in Worthing all year round, whether along the promenade in the gardens, museum, theatres or live venues. With such a variety there is something for everyone, so begin your search now!

Bike Hire in Worthing

Fancy a cycle but don’t have a bike – no problem. Hire a Donkey Bike!

Family Friendly

Worthing is a town to reconnect as a family. There’s something for kids of all ages in Worthing; indoor or outdoor, whatever the weather, space to run, new activities to explore, challenges to be met. The beach and South Downs are both natural playgrounds with endless opportunities for fun to be had.

Arts & Culture

Hidden behind the South Downs artists have long been attracted to Worthing as a place to escape - where creativity can flourish. Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen and Harold Pinter have all been residents. Explore Worthing and you’ll uncover an eclectic mix of internationally renowned artists, quirky open studios and galleries, not to mention the theatres and one of the oldest working cinemas in the UK, The Dome.