The Best Landmark in Worthing

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Worthing, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Marine Parade, Worthing BN11 3PX

Since 1862

Landmarks, Historical Place, Events, Beautiful Building Structure, Performance Venue, Architectural Building, Music, Comedy, Weddings, Christmas, Southern Pavillion Hire, Ice Rink, Cafe & Shops

Grade II listed building - Designed by Sir Robert Rawlinson - The pier originally was a simple promenade deck 960 ft (291m) long and 15 ft (4.6m) wide - It was the thirteenth to be built in England at a cost of £6,500 by the Worthing Pier Company

Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Great day out and lots of fun on Worthing pier. It was busy but thats to be expected in August :) but the scenery of the ocean, the beautiful artistic windows that have been painted down the middle of the promenade supporting local charities, all makes the ambiance and scenery just perfect. The 2p arcades were fun for our 5 year old spending a little bit of pocket money. we were impressed at how cheap the mr whippy ice creams were, also including 2 choc flakes. It was a beautiful afternoon.

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Chapel Road, Worthing BN11 1HA

Since 1933

Landmark, Architectural Building, Government Organization, Historical Places, Committee Rooms, Gordon Room, Venue Hire, Programs & Events

Committee Room 2 Accommodation for 25 people seated at a circular table or 50 people in rows of chairs - Gordon Room accommodates 60 people seated and can be configured as top table, theatre style or cabaret style

Price: Concessionary 3rd Sessions £130.00 & Evening Session £50.00

Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 4:00 pm Sat & Sun Closed

Beautiful building. Worthing Town Hall is beating heart of this traditional English seaside town.
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Furze Road, High Salvington, Worthing BN13 3BP

Since 1750

Landmark, Tourist Attraction, Garden, Historical Place Museum, Guided Tour, Heritage Site, Tea-Room, Parties, Programs & Events

It is a Grade II listed - The mill stands 320 feet (98 m) above sea level and is able to take advantage of incoming sea winds - The oak post on which the mill rotates is 21ft 6in (6.6m) high - It is a post mill with a single storey roundhouse

Price: Annual Membership £4.00 Per Person & Life Membership £40.00 Per Person

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If you have an hour to spare one Sunday afternoon when you are passing through Findon - give the High Salvington Mill a visit. A beautifully restored Post Mill (it rotates around a central oak pillar - pushed by hand!), which they use now and then to grind some flour. Do take the tour - where a knowledgeable local guide will explain the arcane details of milling, and you climb up to the top floor and can gaze in amazement at the ancient wood technology huge oak beams, giant wooden cogwheels.

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