Other things to do and places to go close to the 2nd UK International Borgward Meeting.

Please contact Liz Watson . llearnley@btopenworld.com Tel/Fax+44(0)1243 672197or John Wallisjbwallis@btinternet.comTel +44(0)1932 352238 if you need help.

Why not stay longer and have a holiday here? Lots to see and do in the local area close to the hotel.
LONDON

http://www.southernrailway.com/destinations

/destinations/trains-to-arundel/

The hotel is 5 minutes walk for Arundel train station with trains to and from London Victoria every half hour.

http://www.visitlondon.com/

ARUNDEL WETLANDS CENTRE

http://www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/arundel/

Arundel Wetland Centre has 26 hectares of naturalised landscapes and wetland habitats, home to kingfishers, water voles and many hundreds of wildfowl

ARUNDEL CATHEDRAL

http://www.arundelcathedral.org/

The cathedral's location, construction, design, and dedication owe much to the Howard family, who, as Dukes of Norfolk and Earls of Arundel are the most prominent English Catholic family, and rank first (below the royal family) in the Peerage of England Entrance is free with lots of walks in the area

BEAULIEU AND NATIONAL MOTOR MUSEUM NEW FOREST, HAMPSHIRE

https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/

Around 250 vehicles manufactured since the late-19th century, the museum has a collection of motoring books, journals, photographs, films, and automobilia of the world

ST. MARY’S HOUSE AND GARDENS, BRAMBER & BRAMBER CASTLE RUINS

http://www.stmarysbramber.co.uk/

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/bramber-castle/

St. Mary's go back to the days of the Knights Templar when five acres of land in the downland village of Bramber were given to them by the widow of Philip de Braose, following his death in 1125. The present building was constructed in about 1470

WEALD AND DOWNLAND OPEN AIR MUSEUM

http://www.wealddown.co.uk/

Historic houses and agricultural buildings dating from the 13th century to victorian times, rescued from destruction and rebuilt in a magnificent parkland setting.

PARHAM HOUSE & GARDENS, STORRINGTON, NR. AMBERLEY, WEST SUSSEX

http://www.parhaminsussex.co.uk/

One of the country's finest Elizabethan Houses, complete with a Great Hall and Long Gallery. Its tranquillity & timeless beauty have changed little over centuries.

TANGMERE MILITARY AVIATION MUSEUM

http://www.tangmere-museum.org.uk/

The Museum is home to an impressive display of historic aircraft and a unique collection of aviation memorabilia

PORTSMOUTH ROYAL NAVAL DOCKYARD AND

MUSEUM

http://www.historicdockyard.co.uk/

MARY ROSE EXHIBITION, HMS VICTORY (Nelsons Flagship) AND HMS WARRIOR (Victorian Battleship)

GOODWOOD HOUSE, CHICHESTER

https://www.goodwood.com/goodwood-house/visit-goodwood-house/visit-goodwood-house.aspx#eLEKtq7dkeuuAzhV.97

Goodwood House was built circa 1600 and was acquired by Charles Lennox, 1st Duke of Richmond in 1697. A South wing was added by Matthew Brettingham and a North wing by James Wyatt

LOCAL INTERESTING TOWNS
BRIGHTON

http://www.visitbrighton.com/

Large shopping centre. Antiques and curio shops in The Lanes area. Royal Pavilion Palace. Seafront, Pier and Promenade.

CHICHESTER

http://www.visitchichester.org/

Historic Georgian market town and Cathedral city

WORTHING

http://www.visitworthing.co.uk/

Shopping Centre and Seafront Promenade and park