Attractions near Upwaltham
Bignor Roman Villa and Museum (3 Miles)*
The Roman villa is situated in a superb rural setting to the north of the South Downs. The mosaic floors, discovered in 1811, are some of the finest in Britain.
Cass Sculpture Foundation (4 Miles)*
The Foundation's ever-changing display of sculpture, including over 60 large works, is now recognised around the world.
Fontwell Park Racecourse (4 Miles)*
A very warm welcome awaits you here at the 'Jewel of West Sussex' that is conveniently located on the A27 between the picturesque towns of Arundel and Chichester.
Weald and Downland Open Air Museum (4 Miles)*
At the heart of the Museum's collection are over 45 historic homes, farms and workplaces that have been rescued from destruction and restored as far as possible to their original form.
Denmans Garden (4 Miles)*
The unique 20th century garden, jointly owned by renowned garden designer and author John Brookes MBE and Mr Michael Neve, is beautifully planted for all year interest
West Dean Gardens (4 Miles)*
A visit to West Dean Gardens is the perfect day out for all the family.
Goodwood Racecourse (5 Miles)*
Horseracing was started at the Goodwood Racecourse by the 3rd Duke of Richmond in 1802. It continues to stage twenty-two days of the finest racing in the sporting calendar as well as being a firm diary date in the English Summer Season.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Upwaltham
East Dean (3 Miles)*
The delightful village and parish of East Dean is on the outskirts of Chichester, tucked away between the West Sussex villages of Singleton and Upwaltham.
Eartham (3 Miles)*
Eartham is a quiet Sussex village with a fine pub and an interesting little church. The chancel arch of the church is Norman, and has two figures carved on its inside faces, on one side a hare and on the other a bearded man.
Slindon (4 Miles)*
Slindon is on the South slopes of the Downs and mostly in the care of the National Trust. Charming and unspoiled, with brick and flint houses there are walks through the surrounding beech woods and open downland.
Cocking (4 Miles)*
Madehurst (4 Miles)*
Petworth (5 Miles)*
The magnificent Petworth House dominates Petworth; one of Sussex's most important country towns.
Amberley (5 Miles)*
Amberley is on the South Downs Way and can be reached by train. It has Sussex thatch cottages, a church and majestic castle ruins overlooking the Wild Brooks nature reserve.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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