Chichester Cathedral | Chichester, West Sussex

Chichester is the only city in West Sussex, famed for its huge cathedral steeped in history. Chichester started out as a Roman settlement and had great significance during the Anglo-Saxon period.

The Cathedral dates back to the 12th century, and can be visited for free all year round. Features of this amazing historical building include:

  • Bell Tower
  • Statue of St Richard
  • Baptistry
  • Chapel of St George
  • Chapel of St Clement
  • Arundel Screen
  • South Transept
  • Chichester Reliefs
  • Quire
  • High Altar
  • Roman Mosaic
  • Shrine of St Richard
  • The Lady Chapel
  • Chapel of St John the Baptist

Concessions: Free entry