Thinking of heading to the coast during your time off this Christmas? If so, Worthing could make a fantastic destination whether you’re travelling solo, with your partner or with a young family in tow. From arts and crafts markets to visiting Santa in the grotto, there’s a jam-packed festive calendar in Worthing this year.
Plus, Worthing Station makes it easy to reach from London or almost anywhere else in the south of England, so what are you waiting for? Read our handy guide below to find out more about celebrating Christmas in Worthing this year.
When do the Worthing Christmas Markets start?
There’s no better way to get into the Christmas spirit than with a market showcasing local arts, crafts, foods and talents, so why not head to the Christmas market in Worthing this year? The town’s main Christmas market on Montague Street will be held on Sunday 18th December 2022, but there will be plenty of smaller fairs and markets to explore too.
What’s the best Christmas event in Worthing?
Since there are several Christmas fairs and markets in Worthing to choose from, it can be tricky to know which one is best for you. However, the Worthing sunday-4th-december-worthing/”Christmas Craft & Gift Fair is fun for all the family, inviting visitors to meet and greet local crafters – and admire their artworks too.
It’s held at Field Place Manor House and Barns and will run on Sunday 13th November, Sunday 27th November, and Sunday 4th December – with the last edition featuring a Santa’s Grotto for the little ones. Whether you’d prefer to listen to some live music by local singer-songwriter Becca Huggett or enjoy a delicious hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows, this free-of-charge event will run from 10:30am to 3:30pm – and it’s wheelchair