Ruins & Monuments (in Historic)

  • Clifftop Meridian Monument

    Clifftop Meridian Monument

    Built in 1936, this landmark obelisk Meridian monument is located on a clifftop looking out onto the English Channel. A great location for filming and photography.

  • Chalk Figure Monument

    Chalk Figure Monument

    Dating back to at least 1710, this iconic hillside monument is Europe’s largest portrayal of the human form, is visible from many miles away, and attracts thousands of visitors a year. A fascinating location for filming and photography.

  • Village Ruins and Shingle Beach

    Village Ruins and Shingle Beach

    This is a picturesque shingle and pebble surfers beach with a nature reserve and abandoned flint village ruins and pond areas. Lots of history and a great place for filming.

  • Roman Palace and Gardens

    Roman Palace and Gardens

    Fishbourne Roman Palace is rectangular and is surrounded by formal gardens. It has undergone extensive excavation and restoration over the centuries and was discovered in 1805 by workers building on the land. In later years, a museum was erected over the remains and today incorporates must of the visible remains including stucco fragments and intricate…

  • Tudor House Ruins

    Tudor House Ruins

    These magnificent ruins are set in the stunning landscape of a private estate. They are one of Englandandrsquo;s most important early Tudor houses and the house is known to have been visited by both King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. In September 1793, whilst undergoing repairs and refurbishments for the impending marriage of the…