Horsham is a market town in West Sussex and offers an attractive place to go shopping, visit the park, eat out and wander around the weekly market in the town centre. Horsham is 31 miles south of London with direct links by train, 18.5 miles north-west of Brighton and 26 miles north-east of Chichester making it fairly accessible for a lovely day out.

One of Horsham’s most attractive streets – The Causeway – is well worth strolling down, to admire the historic houses and visit St Mary’s Church at the end of the street. Piries Place in the heart of the town has also been recently developed and is now home to a whole range of trendy restaurants and bars, as well as the Everyman Cinema.

How to Get to Horsham

By Car – Horsham is located close to the A24 making it easily accessible by car. There are plenty of car parks near the centre – including Swan Walk, Denne Road, Piries Place, and North Street car parks (all of which are only a moments walk from the centre). There is also a Park & Ride, which runs 7 days a week – simply park your car and pay on the bus (Route 23 and Route 98 both go to the town centre).

By Train – Trains usually run approximately every 30 minutes from London Victoria to Horsham, with the train journey taking about 52 minutes. Trains from Brighton run very frequently, with the train journey taking about 45 minutes. The train station is located on North Street and it is just a short 5 – 10  minute walk (we recommend crossing the road and heading through Horsham Park) to the town centre.

Things to Do and Where to Eat

Have a look at our favourite things to do and recommendations on where to eat in Horsham by viewing the links below.

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