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Explore Horsham District's history with these 20 self-guided trails
This Horsham entertainment venue is back open and has some tempting ticket offers
One of Horsham District's hidden gems, Chesworth is a haven of wild flowers and grass meadows
Borde Hill is set in over 200 acres of garden, park and woodlands boasting stunning views across the Sussex High Weald.
This Norman motte and bailey castle is perched high on a hill overlooking the village of Bramber and the River Adur.
Glide up to 138 metres high to enjoy stunning views of Brighton, the South Downs and the coastline.
This quiet country park covers 170 acres of beautiful countryside.
Decorate a piece of pottery at this ceramics studio in Horsham town centre.
Visit this magnificent 900 year old Cathedral in the heart of the city. Donations greatly appreciated.
This museum celebrates one of the oldest boarding schools in England, with its remarkable 465-year history.
The well-known Horsham school’s theatre puts on professional-standard concerts, drama and dance shows.
Great food, wild walks and historic buildings: this day out has it all
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Pit-stops on the Downs Link trail, from parks and pubs to a historic castle