Walks & Tours

Saturday, June 15, 2pm. Saturday, June 22, 2pm. Saturday, June 29, 2pm. Saturday, July 6, 2pm. Saturday, July 13, 2pm.

HIGHLIGHTS OF CHICHESTER, CHICHESTER CITY TOURS, START FROM NOVIUM MUSEUM, TOWER STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1QH.

Spend around one and a half hours with one of our experienced guides walking round Chichester, hearing fascinating details about the past and present of the city, learning about some of the interesting buildings and seeing the nooks and crannies of some of the historical back streets. Tickets £5. Disabled access.


Sunday, June 16, 11.30am. Thursday, June 20, 6pm. Sunday, June 23, 11.30am. Wednesday June 26 6pm. Sunday, June 30, 11.30am. Sunday, July 7, 11.30am. Sunday, July 14, 11.30am.

CITY HIGHLIGHTS GUIDED WALK, CHICHESTER TOUR GUIDES, MEET AT THE CATHEDRAL BELL TOWER, WEST STREET.

An easy 90-minute walk with a qualified and knowledgeable Green or Blue Badge guide takes you through Chichester’s past within the historic walls of this beautiful city. From Roman times to present day we give an intriguing insight into 2,000 years of Chichester history. Tickets £6. Disabled access.


Sunday, June 16. 2pm. Sunday, June 23, 2pm. Sunday, June 30, 2pm. Sunday, July 7, 2pm. Sunday, July 14, 2pm.

GUIDED TOUR OF CITY WALLS, CHICHESTER WALLS TRUST, STARTS CATHEDRAL BELL TOWER, WEST STREET, CHICHESTER PO19 1RP.

A 90-minute guided tour around the two-kilometre circuit of the city’s historic walls, with insights into their construction in Roman times, their survival through two millennia, and their continuing importance. Tickets £3; students free; children free. Parts of city wall difficult to access, but detours possible by arrangement.


Tuesday, June 18, 11am. Wednesday, June 19, 11am. Tuesday, June 25, 11am. Wednesday, June 26, 11am. Tuesday, July 2, 11am. Wednesday, July 3, 11am. Tuesday, July 9, 11am. Wednesday, July 10, 11am.

HIGHLIGHTS OF CHICHESTER, CHICHESTER CITY TOURS, NOVIUM MUSIEUM, TOWER STREET, CHICHESTER PO19 1QH.

Spend around one and a half hours with one of our experienced guides walking round Chichester, hearing fascinating details about the past and present of the city, learning about some of the interesting buildings and seeing the nooks and crannies of some of the historic back streets. Tickets £5. Disabled access.


Friday, June 21, 7.30pm. Saturday, June 22, 11.30am. Saturday, June 22, 1.30pm. Saturday, June 22, 5pm. Sunday, June 23, 11.30am. Sunday, June 23, 1.30pm. Tuesday, June 25, 11.30am. Thursday, June 27, 11.30am. Sunday, June 30, 11.30am. Sunday, June 30, 1.30pm.

HARBOUR DISCOVERY ON SOLAR HERITAGE, CHICHESTER HARBOUR CONSERVANCY, PUBLIC JETTY, ITCHENOR, PO20 7AW.

Hour and a half. Come onboard our solar-powered boat to enjoy wonderful views of Chichester Harbour, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With a general commentary from the skipper and crew. Dress for the weather. Refreshments available on board and you are welcome to bring your own (no glass). No dogs except assistance dogs. Tickets £10; children £5. Disabled access.


Saturday, June 29, 10.30am-3pm.

VISIT TO CASS SCULPTURE FOUNDATION & ARCHIVE TOUR, NEW BARN HILL, GOODWOOD, PO18 0QP.

A wonderful opportunity to visit the remarkable Cass Sculpture Foundation and learn about the organisation, its artists and sculptures. Bring a picnic to enjoy in the peaceful grounds. Return minibus transportation is provided: collection from Chichester Cathedral at 10.30am and returning at 3pm. Tickets £18 to include transportation, entrance and a tour of the archive. Disabled access, although some areas of grounds can be more difficult. An electric buggy can be booked in advance.


Saturday, June 29, 1.30pm. Monday, July 1, 3pm.

WILDLIFE EXPLORER ON SOLAR HERITAGE, CHICHESTER HARBOUR CONSERVANCY, PUBLIC JETTY, ITCHENOR, PO20 7AW.

Three-hour trip. Explore Chichester Harbour and its wildlife. We hope to see seals at their haul-out site. Wildlife expert on board. Dress for the weather. Refreshments available. You are welcome to bring your own (no glass). Pay and display carpark near The Ship, walk to Harbour to arrive 15 minutes before departure. Tickets £18; children £7. Disabled access.


Saturday, June 29, 6pm.

GHOST TOUR OF CHICHESTER, CHINDI AUTHORS, THE OLD CROSS, NORTH STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1LP.

Two local authors Helen Christmas and Julia Macfarlane will guide you around the centre of Chichester, regaling you with ghostly tales of our historic city centre. Enjoy a drink and a copy of the Chichester Ghost Tour book, included with every ticket. Tickets £10. Disabled access.


Thursday, July 4, 6-7pm.

MEDICINES FROM THE ORCHARD, WHYKE COMMUNITY ORCHARD (MEDICINE GARDEN), BEHIND SHONE COURT, OFF EXTON ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 8FT.

Orchards are places where a range of wild plants and medicinal herbs thrive. Explore the biodiversity, the healing potential and historic uses of the plants. Hear about the folklore, the traditional beliefs and the scientific evidence behind the country medicine that grows here. Led by Steve Taylor, local herbalist. Tickets £5; students £3; children £3. Disabled access with provisos.

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Saturday, July 6, 3pm.

QUAKER GUIDED WALK, CHICHESTER QUAKERS, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE, PRIORY ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 1NX.

A guided walk to places of Quaker interest, about an hour and a half, about a mile and a half, ending with tea in the Meeting House. Tickets £3; students free; children free. Disabled access.


Sunday, July 7, 2.30pm.

A WALK AROUND GEORGIAN CHICHESTER, ALAN GREEN, MEET OUTSIDE EDES HOUSE, WEST STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1RQ.

Join local historian and author Alan Green on this popular walk (approx two hours) that explores Chichester’s Georgian architecture and meets a few of its Georgian characters along the way. Tickets £5. Disabled access.


Sunday July 14, 2-4pm.

CENTURION WAY HERITAGE WALK & QUIZ, FRIENDS OF CENTURION WAY, BISHOP LUFFA SCHOOL ENTRANCE, PO19 3HP.

Join us for a fun walk along Centurion Way. Take part in an interactive quiz that highlights the heritage of this much-loved footpath and cycleway and learn more about the wildlife it supports. See www.centurionway.org.uk. Free admission. Disabled access.

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