Here are our 8 best places to spend a lunch break in Chichester

From the Cathedral grounds to some of the city's art galleries, here are some of our favourite spots to while away a lunch hour in the city.

Thursday, 21st March 2019, 3:01 pm
Updated Thursday, 21st March 2019, 4:26 pm
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Chichester Cross: Believed to have been build nearly 500 years ago, Chichester's Cross marks the meeting point of the city's four main streets so makes a good spot for watching the world go by
Priory Park: Gifted to the people of Chichester more than 100 years ago, Priory Park is the perfect spot for a stroll along the city walls or to sit and watch the cricket.
Oxmarket Gallery: Keep an eye out for the sign to the Oxmarket Gallery tucked away off an alley on East Street. Free exhibitions all week
Pallant House Gallery: See art exhibitions from world renowned artists. It includes some free exhibitions.
Chichester Canal: Enjoy some fresh air with a walk along the canal or sit and watch the boats go by.
Bishop's Palace Gardens: Take a stroll around the historic gardens and see native flora while walking along the path or sitting on a bench.
Cathedral Cloister: Walk around the Cathedral cloister and pop into the cafe.
Draper's Yard: Have a look at some of the exciting stalls in Draper's Yard in The Hornet