With indoor and outdoor places to go to when you visit Bognor Regis, there's plenty to be getting on with in and around the area.
West Sussex is officially the sunniest county in the UK, and Bognor Regis has the most sunshine hours than any other place.
At Bognor Regis you can, play crazy golf, visit the Pier, take the children to the the "Beach on the Beach" and the Esplande Play Area or just have fun on the beach and more. Stroll along the the 2.75 miles of promenade which extends from Middleton-On-Sea to the East to Aldwick to the West. Take a ride on the seasonal land train and take in the sea views after having some refreshments from one of a number of concessions along the promenade.
Bognor Regis Museum is well worth a visit and is FREE. Not only has the museum a wealth of information about the history of Bognor Regis, but in addition there is a wireless museum covering decades of radio.
Hotham Park is Bognor's largest park being some 22 acres in size. With its miniature railway, Wild Falls adventure golf, children's play area, boating lake and restaurant, there is plenty to see and do.
To the west near the seafront are the Marine Park Gardens with herbaceous borders, flower displays, water fountain and putting green.
First constructed in 1865, the Victorian Pier is the most popular place to visit. The ravages of the weather and time may have taken their toll on the length of the Pier, but Bognor Regis Pier thrives as an popular visitor attraction with its amusements, cafÃ©, fish and chip shop, up stairs bar and night club.