The 7 Best Things to do Good for Big Groups in Horsham, England

August 23, 2021 Osvaldo Hartline

Horsham /ˈhɔːrʃəm/ is a market town on the upper reaches of the River Arun on the fringe of the Weald in West Sussex, England. The town is 31 miles (50 km) south south-west of London, 18.5 miles (30 km) north-west of Brighton and 26 miles (42 km) north-east of the county town of Chichester. Nearby towns include Crawley to the north-east and Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill to the south-east. It is the administrative centre of the Horsham district.
Restaurants in Horsham

1. Darkstar Brewery

22 Star Road, Horsham RH13 8RA England +44 1403 713085 [email protected] http://darkstarbrewing.co.uk/
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5.0 based on 39 reviews

Darkstar Brewery

Reviewed By cricketlover17 - West Sussex, United Kingdom

I had a trip around the brewery at Partridge Green, with friends, which was very informative and led by a very informative guide, Graham. We were taken through the whole brewing process, from water to end product including the canning process. Staff at the brewery were really friendly and we were invited to hep ourselves to five different beers throughout the visit. The brewery shop has branded clothing, beers on tap and bottled cans and beers from their own brews as well as brews both local and from near and far. A very worthwhile trip.

2. Knepp Wildland Safaris

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5.0 based on 421 reviews

Knepp Wildland Safaris

Knepp - one of the largest re-wilding projects in lowland Europe. Encounter herds of wild ponies, cattle, deer and pigs as they roam 3,500 acres of Sussex, driving the forces of habitat regeneration. Join us on one of our vehicle-based safaris or guided walking tours and experience our profusion of birds, mammals, butterflies, beetles, reptiles, plants and fungi in a setting that feels as wild and dynamic as the African bush. Stay in one of our beautiful shepherd's huts or luxurious tents, or simply pitch your own in our exclusive Wildland campsite. You don't have to take one of our safaris to stay here, and you don't have to stay here to take a safari - though naturally we hope you'll be tempted to combine the two.

3. The Capitol, Horsham

North Street, Horsham RH12 1RG England +44 1403 750220 [email protected] http://www.thecapitolhorsham.com/
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4.5 based on 207 reviews

The Capitol, Horsham

The Capitol Theatre is a multi-purpose arts venue in Horsham, West Sussex. We boast a 410 seat Theatre, 2 Cinema Screens, Studio Theatre, Meeting Room and Gallery Space. All areas are fully accessible from the ground floor level, with lift facilities for disabled users. The Theatre, Cinemas and Studio are equipped with infra-red transmission systems for the hard of hearing. Our Café at the front of the building provides freshly ground coffee and a full range of hot and cold drinks as well as light snacks during our normal opening hours. Bar facilities in the foyer area provide a comprehensive range of refreshments in the evening and prior to performances. Our Box Office opens 9:45am – 8pm Monday to Saturday and 30 minutes prior to the first film or event on Sunday. It offers a comprehensive booking service for all shows and events at The Capitol as well as selected regional events.

Reviewed By kimjC2345GE - Horsham, United Kingdom

Went to see Peter Pan with my husband and two daughters (10 & 12). Have to say we all had a lovely time. Great performances and typical pantomime cheesy humour... Brilliant pantomime dame stole the show but all were good.

4. Sumners Ponds

Sumners Ponds Chapel Road Barns Green, Horsham RH13 0PR England +44 1403 732539 http://www.sumnersponds.co.uk/
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4.5 based on 809 reviews

Sumners Ponds

Reviewed By 517heidemarieb

We stayed at Sumners Ponds in-between lockdowns .Everything was very efficiently organized with clear instructions for everyone's safety and the highest of cleanliness standards.We have stayed on several occasions previously and have always found the staff extremely helpful and friendly.They provided information about the locality and restaurants as well as the site itself.The on site cafe is super with plenty of outside space. The campsite is lovely - spacious,quiet and clean.There is always plenty to see in and around the lakes and the pub and village shop are a short walk away.We keep on returning!!

5. Holmbush Paintball

Holmbush Farm Crawley Road Faygate, Horsham RH12 4SE England +44 1293 852131 [email protected] http://www.holmbushpaintball.co.uk
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4.5 based on 30 reviews

Holmbush Paintball

Holmbush Paintball offers The Ultimate Paintball Experience! Our 18 themed fields make us the largest site in the South East of England. We firmly believe in transparent pricing - you will not find better value elsewhere!

Reviewed By 276SteveB276 - Seaford, United Kingdom

Very well run and friendly. Been coming here for years first time my 12 YO daughter has been. We both had our first experience of Airsoft Great fun. Daughter loved it she cannot wait to go back doing paintball. I always find the staff friendly and professional. The prices are very reasonable and you never get hit by hidden charges. The multi activity days are brilliant as well. thank you so much Holmbush.

6. High Places

Hurst Road, Horsham RH12 2DF England +44 1403 219219 [email protected] http://www.highplaceshorsham.org
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4.5 based on 27 reviews

High Places

High Places in Horsham, Horshams newest attraction.

7. Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens

Leonardslee House Brighton Road, Horsham RH13 6PP England +44 871 873 3389 [email protected] http://www.leonardsleegardens.co.uk
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4.0 based on 400 reviews

Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens

In 2019, Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens opened its doors after a closure of 10 years, this magnificent Grade 1 listed garden was nearly lost forever and has been the subject of the largest garden restoration in England and possibly Europe. These spectacular and ancient gardens are now open for the public to enjoy once again. Many people in the local area have fond memories of their visits and life around these gardens, and we aim to protect this magnificent heritage so that future generations get to enjoy these beautiful green spaces and flora and fauna within.

Reviewed By jmteeth - London, United Kingdom

The most beautiful setting with unbelievable autumn colours Quiet and peaceful no crowds and no coach parties This gardens needs to be seen to be believed Graham gave us a free Tuk tuk ride round the grounds and we hopped off near the deer park Every turn was more magnificent than the last I am sure every season at Leonardslee is spectacular but in my eyes autumn can’t be beaten.

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