Things to do in Worthing
A classic British seaside resort
Are you looking for things to do in Worthing? We've got plenty of great ideas for you across the town.
Known for... Beaches and Worthing Pier
Did you know...
- Oscar Wilde wrote The Importance of Being Earnest' whilst living in Worthing in 1895. This is why the hero of the play is called Jack Worthing. The author was spending the summer in the town with his family, having taken rooms for August and September at 5, The Esplanade.
- The area around Worthing has been populated for at least 6,000 years and contains Britain's greatest concentration of Stone Age flint mines, which are some of the earliest mines in Europe.
- In the 1960s, playwright Harold Pinter lived wrote The Homecoming at his home in Ambrose Place.
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South Downs National Park (11.6 miles)
Petersfield (27.8 miles)
Aldershot (34.4 miles)
Crawley (22.2 miles)
Dorking (29 miles)
Reigate (29.2 miles)
Burgess Hill (14.3 miles)
East Grinstead (26.7 miles)
Tunbridge Wells (35.3 miles)
Littlehampton (7.4 miles)
Arundel (8.7 miles)
Bognor Regis (13.4 miles)
Shoreham by Sea (4.2 miles)
Brighton (10.3 miles)
Lewes (17.5 miles)