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Worthing originally Weoroingas is a seafront resort town and borough that is located within the county of West Sussex, South East England Region, England, United Kingdom. 

The town is famous for its arts, cultural heritage and leisure facilities. Its picturesque environment is also one of its assets. Its scenic surroundings alone attracted many visitors for many generations including the celebrated writers like Oscar Wilde and Harold Pinter.

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Driving tips in Worthing

Worthing  lies around forty-five miles from the south of London and primarily experiences a moderate to warm climate making it get its nickname Sunny Worthing. Its earliest known history based on a number of archaeological findings dates back the Neolithic Period or Stone Age. 

Shoreham Airport and Gatwick Airport are the nearest airports from the area. Visitors with private vehicles may take the prime roads A24, A259 to reach the town. Brighton, Chichester, Crawley, Eastbourne, Hastings, London and Portsmouth are the nearest places from the Worthing. 

Top Attractions within Worthing

Aquarena lies along Brighton Road in Worthing, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom. The venue offers a number of aerobic workout sessions, a teaching pool, health and fitness suite, sauna and steam rooms and a thirty-tree and a third metro long main pool with diving boards and fun flume. The venue is highly recommended to people of all ages especially to those who love swimming and or staying fit.

Brooklands Go Kart can be found along Brighton Road, Worthing, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom in proximity with the Brooklands Park. The venue offers Go Kart training sessions, two sizes of karts for children and adults and 280 metres long track with impressive twists and turns layout ideal for all Go Kart enthusiasts.

Beach House Park is situated within Worthing, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom. Its attractions include an 18th century Grade II listed Beach House with Regency villa architectural style, beautiful formal gardens, bowling greens, tennis courts and a pigeon memorial that honors the pigeons that brings messages to and fro the town during the World War II. The park welcomes everyone and is a great place to stay fit, relax and have fun with friends and or the whole family.

Homefield Park formerly People's Park lies on the northern part of the town of Worthing just along Newland Road. It is a large parkland founded and preserved by its citizens during the Victorian Age. The park's highlights include its basketball courts, tennis and football pitches, a skateboard park, open-air concerts, circuses and abundant flora and fauna that everyone can enjoy all year round.

Park Crescent formerly Park Lane or Park Crescent Lane is located within the town of Worthing, England, United Kingdom. The site comprises fourteen (14) houses arranged on a serpentine like shape facing the Amelia Park. Park Crescent is famous for being one of England's finest example of Georgian architecture. A visit to Park Crescent opens an opportunity to relax and see a piece of nature and history.

Worthing Museum and Gallery is housed within an impressive Edwardian building that sits along Chapel Road in Worthing, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom. Amongst its many displays are traditional clothes or costumes, documents, textiles dating back the 1600s and a number of notable artworks.

Worthing Pier is over 100 years old and is a great place to just relax and admire the coastal views, but there is also lots to do, with it's amusements, nightclub, refreshments and fishing available. At the entrance to the pier sits the Pavilion Theatre a multi-use venue built in 1926 it now plays host to a variety of events including shows, theatre performances, films, art and craft fairs.