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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
This twelfth century herdsman’s church is an unrestored single chamber with a slate-hung bell turret.
This museum houses artefacts relating to Henfield and the surrounding villages.
High Beeches Garden’s 27 acres of woodland, water gardens and rare plants is one of Sussex's finest gardens.
Start in Horsham and head east to explore the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on this 90-mile trail.
Discover beautiful plants and trees at these charming gardens near Worthing.
The tea room on this Horsham farm has a fun farm-themed soft-play area for under 5s.
With 12 zones across 18 fields, Holmbush has been running paintballing for 20 years.
The foundation stone here was laid on December 28 1848.
An 800 year old tower dominates this village church.
Great food, wild walks and historic buildings: this day out has it all
Searching for inspiration for a young thrill-seeker? Check out these three ideas...
Pit-stops on the Downs Link trail, from parks and pubs to a historic castle