Explore Sussex

Worthing makes a great base from which to explore the rest of Sussex

Whether you want to explore Arundel castle, spend the afternoon shopping in Chichester or find hidden treasure in Brighton’s Laines; there is plenty to see and do during your time in Sussex.

Worthing makes a great base to explore the area, as travelling around Sussex by bus or train couldn’t be easier.

A great tool to help you plan your adventure is Traveline, a website which links train and bus options to show you the easiest way to travel. Visit their website now

By Bus

The 700 Coast Liner travels along the coast between Brighton and Littlehampton stopping at Shoreham, Lancing, GoringFerring and Littlehampton. Details of the current timetable can be found here

Travelling inland the number 1 bus travels northwest from Worthing to Midhurst and through the South Downs National Park passing through Findon, Storrington, Pulborough and Petworth. The current timetable can be found here

For other routes plan your journey by visiting the Stagecoach website

By Train

If you are travelling along the south coast in Sussex or up to London the train is often the speediest method of transport. Visit the Trainline website to help you plan your journey – you can also download the app.

Tickets are usually cheaper if you book in advance.

By Taxi

Local taxi companies include:

Arrow Taxi Group: 01903 212121

Ace Taxis Worthing: 01903 830000

Discover more around Sussex...

Shoreham-by-Sea

Along the coast from Worthing is Shoreham-by-Sea, located at the mouth of the River Adur. This historic town has a centre reflecting the architecture of its fishing history. Don't miss Shoreham's Award Winning Farmers' Market every 2nd Saturday of the month & Artisans' Market every 4th Saturday of the month.

Arundel Castle

This magnificent castle, stately home and gardens are the family home of the Dukes of Norfolk. Founded at the end of the 11th Century it reflects the history of nearly 1,000 years.

Bignor Roman Villa

Bignor Roman Villa is the stunning remains of a Roman home open to the public. With some of the finest mosaics and an opportunity to walk on floors dating back to 350AD. 

Brighton British Airways i360

Take to the skies to enjoy breathtaking 360 degree views from the world’s tallest moving observation tower

Chichester Cathedral

Visit this magnificent Cathedral which has stood at the centre of Chichester for over 900 years.

Goodwood Estate

Spectacular Estate in the heart of West Sussex which has been home to the Dukes of Richmond for more than three centuries. Everything they do offers a truly unique English experience.

Royal Pavilion & Museums

Regency palace dating back to 1787 which was originally built for the Prince Regent, King George IV.

Wakehurst Place

These botanic gardens managed by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew boast formal and ornamental gardens, woodlands, wildlife and a nature reserve.