Chichester The Essential
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At the foot of the South Downs and near the sea, Chichester is dominated by its cathedral spire; the town and its surroundings represent a quintessentially English landscape. Its streets running off the Market Cross (1501) still conform to their Roman plan. The city's main architectural style is Georgian, as Chichester enjoyed its golden age in the 18C. The 20C is represented by Powell and Moya's hexagonal Chichester Festival Theatre, built in 1962.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Chichester
Fishbourne Roman Palace
Fishbourne Roman Palace
The most sumptuous Roman Villa ever
60 minutes
Cathedral
Cathedral
The cathedral took over a century to
30 minutes
Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
Over fourty traditional buildings have
120 minutes
St Mary's Hospital
St Mary's Hospital
This medieval hospital (1290) has a wide
30 minutes
Pallant House
Pallant House
This Queen Anne town house was built in
90 minutes
Goodwood House
Goodwood House
George Lennox, Duke of Richmond,
60 minutes