Plan your Visit

With your support through donations, membership or your own time, you are helping make Worthing Museum & Art Gallery a central hub for art and history in Sussex.

Support from members of the public, companies and organisations helps us to maintain and improve our galleries, curate exhibitons, improve facilities, conserve the collections, buy objects and develop our learning and events programme.

We thank you for your continued support of the work we do and for ensuring the future of the museum is secure and can thrive.

Why not check out a virtual tour of our Museum here!

Admission / Opening Times

Admission to Worthing Museum and Art Gallery is free. Some exhibitions and events carry a separate charge.

Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm.

Telephone 01903 221448
(Tuesday to Saturday)

 

Getting Here

Worthing Museum and Art Gallery
Chapel Road
Worthing
West Sussex, BN11 1HP

Worthing Museum and Art Gallery

Worthing Museum and Art Gallery Shop

Find an inspirational range of products drawn and inspired by our collection.

Traditional games and pocket money toys, retro postcards and greetings cards, artisan toiletries, limited edition prints as well as locally made preserves.  Also stocking a wide range of local interest books, DVDs and war memorabilia, it is an ideal resource for school projects, or just to learn about some local history.

If you are a local supplier and are interested in selling some of your items in the museum shop please contact us.

Facilities & access at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery

Parking
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery has no dedicated car parking. The nearest public car park is on Union Place, just a 5 minute walk away.
There are disabled parking spaces outside the library on Richmond Road and in the Civic car park area off Stoke Abbott Road (to the back of the Assembly Hall).

Wheelchair access
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery is fully wheelchair accessible. There are exhibitions, displays and education room are on the ground floor of the building and the upstairs exhibitions and displays are easily accessible via the lift. A Wheelchair is available to borrow on request.

Toilets/baby change
The Museum has lower ground floor toilets with baby change facilities and ground floor disabled access with baby change facilities.

Bag/buggy storage
The Museum does not have lockers there is space for buggy’s and prams to be left in the main foyer.

Guide/hearing dogs
We welcome guide and hearing dogs only to the Museum.

Hearing Loops
Are available in the activity rooms and shop.

Seating
Seating is available throughout most sections of the Museum.