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The Georgian Quadrant

This part of the city became particularly desirable in the 18th and 19th centuries and contains some of Chichester's finest buildings.

The Georgian Quadrant

The Chapel of St John was built in 1813 and retains its original interior with three-decker pulpit. Pallant House was built in 1712 for a wealthy wine merchant. Today it is home to a modern art gallery of national reputation.

Parts of the walls are not accessible here because they pass through private gardens. However the Trail takes you down St John's Street and through East Pallant car park, once the private garden of East Pallant House, built around 1750. On this section of wall another Roman bastion survives, with an added Victorian gazebo.

From here continue along Theatre Lane, to the site of the former South Gate and the point at which you started the Trail.

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