Live a fulfilled lifestyle in an area blessed with abundant cultural attractions and places to enjoy the year round.
Steeped in history, Horsham is defined by its charming passageways (known locally as the twitterns) and the Carfax, a large pedestrianised square and venue for regular markets selling local produce and street food. Horsham is also home to high street stores and two large shopping centres.
Cultural attractions are plentiful with Horsham Museum and Art Gallery which houses more than 26 galleries featuring a cornucopia of exhibits. Lovers of stage and screen are well catered for too at the Capitol Arts Centre, home to a 410 seat theatre, two screen cinema and gallery space.
Horsham surprises for a town of its size when it comes to restaurants with a diverse variety of cuisine on offer from fine-dining to more casual bistro fare. A particular highlight is Carmela, an authentic, independent Italian restaurant located in a 16th century building in Denne Road. The town is also home to an array of traditional pubs and contemporary wine bars.
Venturing further afield, the region is rich with possibility for fun-packed days out, highlights include Leonardslee House, an Italianate marvel with beautiful gardens, a new visitor café and a fine dining restaurant; The Bolney Wine Estate, where visitors can sample award-winning wines alongside delicious home-cooked dishes; The Bluebell Railway, a faithfully restored heritage line running regular steam-powered services taking in some of the most beautiful countryside in Sussex.