We have looked at those with a Grade I and Grade II* listing as highlighted on the Historic England site. The list is an eclectic mix. Listed buildings are considered nationally important and therefore have extra legal protection within the planning system.
Beach House, Brighton Road. Originally called Marino Mansion
Beckets Cottage, Parsonage Row. Originally one house, now 3 cottages, one of which is a museum
Castle Goring, Arundel Road. Built by Shelley's grandfather, Sir Bysshe Shelley, about 1797-8.
Christ Church, Grafton Road. Town church, built in the centre of a square, 1840-43
Church of St Mary, Broadwater Road. The oldest part is the lower part of the crossing tower, c1150-60
Montague Shopping Centre which is the Desert Quartet Sculptures with supporting Loggia, Alexander Terrace
The Dome Cinema, Marine Parade. Cinema and bingo hall, originally a multi-purpose entertainment area. 1911
Dovecote to south of Old Palace, South Street. Attributed in origin to before 1250. Photo: Google.
Lodges and Gateway to Park Crescent. Pair of lodges linked to gate by short sections of wall
The Old Palace, South Street. Remains of a C13 house with C15 hall, built on the site of Archbishop Becket's Palace
1-14 Park Crescent, Worthing. Amon Henry Wilds Architect
Church of St Andrew, Church Road. Late C13, C15, and C16; mid-C19 restoration and alteration
Church of St Mary, Sea Lane, Goring. Church, of Norman origins, largely demolished in 1836 and rebuilt
Church of St Paul, Chapel Road. Formerly a chapel of ease and then a church. Opened in 1812