Goodwood Motor Circuit, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 0PH
By train or bus
Trains run regularly from London Victoria to Chichester, and there are also services from Brighton and Portsmouth - although we encourage you to check for train times and running schedule before leaving. Taxis are available at the station.
A Stagecoach bus runs from Chichester station to the Goodwood Motor Circuit from 0700hrs - 2300 each day with tickets for the service available on the day.
Please note that the A27 at Shoreham Airport will be closed during the Goodwood Revival. Alternate routes will be available.
The Revival is held at the Goodwood Motor Circuit. Goodwood is located four miles north of Chichester, 60 miles from London and 30 miles from Brighton and Southampton. The postcode is PO18 0PH.
From the North
Visitors from south London should follow the A3 (Junction 10 on the M25) south towards Guildford. At Milford Junction, take the A283 turn-off towards Petworth. At Petworth, take the A285 towards Chichester and follow signs to the event. Alternatively, take the A286 via Midhurst, and follow the AA signs.
Visitors travelling from the east London direction should follow the M23 (Junction 7 on the M25) south towards Crawley. At Pease Pottage (Junction 11), take the A264 towards Horsham and then the A24 south to Washington. Once at the roundabout, follow the signs for Storrington. Once at Storrington, please follow the B2139 road to Chichester and follow signs to the event.
Visitors from the west London direction and are travelling on the M3 can follow signs to Southampton. From the end of the M3, please follow the signs for Portsmouth where you’ll join the M27. Once approaching Portsmouth, follow signs to Chichester where there will be signs to the event.
From the East or West
Visitors approaching Goodwood from the direction of either Southampton or Brighton should take the A27 towards Chichester and then follow the AA signs. Those heading to Goodwood from a north-east direction (Pulborough, Horsham) should take the A29 to the junction with the A27 westbound towards Chichester. Those arriving from a north-west direction (Petersfield, Basingstoke) should follow the A3 to the junction with the A27 eastbound.
Nearing the event
Please do not follow your sat nav when nearing the event - follow the event signs. Please show respect for local residents by using advised routes.
Car and motorcycle parking
Car parks are free, and open from 0700hrs. Parking is on grass, and may not be suitable for low-slung cars, but hard standing and helmet storage are available for motorcyclists. Overnight parking/camping in the car parks is forbidden. If you have Reserved Parking, please display your label clearly in the windscreen and follow the relevant signs. Pre-66 and tax-exempt vehicles can park in the Revival Car Show for free, although pre-booking is necessary.
For your convenience, we have created a new parking and travel guide which highlights routes to the Goodwood Revival by car, motorcycle and if you are camping at the event.
Arriving by air
Arrive by helicopter with our official partner Elite Helicopters and be transported into the heart of the event in period vehicles. Contact Elite Helicopters directly discuss the options available on 01243 530165 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are planning to arrive by air please note that prior permission to land is essential (PPR) and that you have a pre-allocated arrival slot. There are also special event rates and procedures that apply during the Revival, and all Goodwood’s major events.
To book your arrival slot time, please call Goodwood Aerodrome on 01243 755066 or email email@example.com.
Goodwood’s aerodrome is suitable for rotary only during Goodwood Revival.