Built in East Street between 1832 and 1833, the Chichester Corn Exchange was one of the first to be constructed in England. The building was used by local farmers to meet dealers and merchants. The interior retains some of the original features including beams stamped with numbers for the individual trading stands.
For anyone interested in the history of this building there is an excellent article here by Pat Saunders from Chichester’s Novium Museum.
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Corn Exchange, Chichester The Corn Exchange, Baffins Lane, Chichester, West Sussex
Chichester is a compact city nestling between the South Downs and the South Coast. The spire of the Norman Cathedral can be seen from miles around and dominates the city centre.
The internationally renowned Chichester Festival Theatre and the cutting edge Pallant House Gallery fuel the cultural side of city life whilst the city centre provides enough fashionable boutiques, larger chain stores and a department store to delight the most demanding shopper. Eating out in the city is a pleasurable experience with a wide variety of high end restaurants, cafes, bistros and gastro pubs to suit every taste.
Just outside the city to the North is the magnificent countryside of the South Downs National Park, home to glorious Goodwood. To the South lie the coastal villages of the Witterings and Chichester Marina which offers some of the best sailing on the South coast.