Worthing Union Place
Worthing is a major town on the Sussex coast, with a great reputation as a popular holiday resort and an impressively eventful history. People settled here before the Romans came, and in the Victorian era the town became one of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK. Its combination of sea, sun, attractive countryside, and proximity to London was a winning combination, and it still draws in the holiday crowds today. Its magnificent beach is Worthing’s prize asset. Stretching for 10 miles, from Littlehampton to Shoreham, it’s the focus of the entertainment during the summer months and especially popular with young families.
With the rolling hills of the South Downs providing a suitably dramatic backdrop, Worthing also has many popular visitor attractions and you’ll always find plenty to see do here. From ornamental gardens, historic ruins and modern art galleries to Neolithic mines, every taste is catered for.
However, all of this makes on-street parking in Worthing a real challenge during the summer. Fortunately, the NCP parking facilities are excellent, with NCP’s Worthing car park at Union Place putting you right in the centre of town, with quick and easy access to the shops. You can also pre-book your parking space in Worthing here, for greater convenience and flexibility.
Connaught Theatre Parking
Constructed in the voguish ‘Streamline Moderne’ style, the Connaught Theatre in Worthing is right in the centre of town, just a short walk from the NCP Union Place Worthing car park. You can book your space in advance and enjoy an evening of dance, circus, comedy, or film in stylish surroundings.
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery Parking
Housed in a Grade II listed building, Worthing Museum and Art Gallery opened in 1908 and was originally the town’s library. It now offers a rich and varied programme of events and exhibitions throughout the year, and is within easy walking distance of the nearby NCP Union Street Worthing car park.
Worthing Sea Front Parking
Worthing sea front is what made the town such a popular holiday resort, and it continues to do so. The pier was opened in 1862, and the Esplanade is the perfect spot for promenading. At the Lido you can catch live music and enjoy a range of entertainments, leaving your car nearby at the conveniently close NCP Union Place.