This historic market town has a lot to offer its visitors.
If you’re planning a day trip into Horsham, you’ll find plenty of attractions worth visiting. To keep the children busy, they can participate in the many activities on offer at Horsham Museum. But Horsham days out don’t have to be spent inside. If it’s fresh air that you are after, take the chance to embrace nature and visit Horsham Park or Southwater Country Park, which are perfect for the whole family.
This beautiful and historic town won’t disappoint, and because it is very well connected, it means that getting to Horsham is nice and easy!
Getting to Horsham
Taking the train to Horsham with us is a breeze from London Victoria, Southampton or Portsmouth. We’ll do everything we can to ensure that you receive the best possible service, and part of that promise is offering useful tips on how you can secure fantastic deals when it comes to booking your travel.
Our collection of Railcards provides our passengers with the chance to make savings on their fares. These cards include Family & Friends, Two Together and 16-25 – as well as others – so why not browse our selection today and see which ones suit you best? If you’re travelling to Horsham with friends, it will be worth your while to take advantage of our GroupSave tickets, applicable to parties of 3-9 adults when travelling Off-Peak.
Are you taking the kids to Horsham? If so, you’ll benefit from our kids for £2 offer. You can take up to four children between the ages of 5-15, so getting to Horsham for an exciting trip with the little ones doesn’t have to be too expensive!
Things to do in Horsham
If you’re a big fan of shopping, there are a really good mix of retailers large and small in Horsham – so don’t forget to put your comfortable shoes on! For an even longer walk, we’d recommend Horsham Park. Boasting 60 acres of land with a lake, a playground and a sensory garden, it’s a very pleasant place to while away a couple of hours.
The Causeway is one of Sussex’s most famous ‘original’ streets and a walk along here among the trees, old buildings and St. Mary’s church is well worth doing. Here you will also find the Horsham Museum & Art Gallery which will give you an insight into the town’s past.
If you’re lucky, you may even get a chance to see what the weekly market has to offer. With so many things to do in Horsham, you won’t be disappointed.