Visitors can wander through the picturesque historic High Street to explore independent shops, stop to have a drink or bite to eat and continue on to the Downs Link, Steyning Downland Scheme and South Downs Way.
Visit the museum to learn about St Cuthman and the Saxon port that took his name. Look carefully at the timber-framed buildings, which are of Tudor and Stuart heritage. On top of all this, there are a wonderful collection of shops, cafes and restaurants for you to explore.
Festivals include the annual Food and Drink,
The Visitor Information Centre is located in the Post Office.
Steyning Downland Scheme
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This is the walk we went on. We packed a lot into our 6km walk. We explored this quaint, picturesque town, filled with historic buildings and independent shops before heading up to the hills to wander around the Steyning Downland Scheme. It's also great for cyclists too as they have dedicated mountain bike trails, so check out their website for more details.
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