Steyning is a market town filled with English history. The legacy of the Normans is here in the fine church of St Andrew and St Cuthman and the ruins of Bramber Castle. Visit the museum to learn about St Cuthman and the Saxon port that took his name. Look carefully at our timber-framed buildings, which are of Tudor and Stuart heritage. On top of all this, we have a wonderful collection of independent shops, cafes and restaurants for you to explore.
Things to do
Discover the story of Steyning and the local area, from pre-history to the present day.
Discover the picturesque charm of this historic Grade 1 listed pilgrim inn built in 1450 in the village of Bramber.
Built between 1000 and 1200, the church has been Wiston's parish church since 2007.
This Saxon church was once an important port site and is listed as one of the 500 holiest sites in Britain.
A church of great historic importance that still has traces of former glory.