Burgess Hill Tourism Information Centre

Type:Tourist Information Centres

West Sussex

96 Church Walk, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 9AS

Tel: 01444 247726

Burgess Hill Tourism Information Centre


Whether you are a visitor or a resident in Mid Sussex, Burgess Hill Tourist Information Centre can help you.  Our friendly, dedicated team can provide you with information on accommodation, local attractions, family activities and much more, let us help you make the most of your visit.

Burgess Hill is nestled in beautiful scenery approximately 3 miles from the ‘gateway’ to the South Downs National Park, making it a quintessentially Sussex place to stay – a perfect base to explore the county and within an hour’s train ride to London.  There are an excellent range of accommodation options in and around the surrounding area to cater for all tastes and Burgess Hill Tourist Information Centre can help you plan your stay with information on accommodation, local attractions, family activities, places to eat and much more.

Gift Shop

Our new and modern shop offers a wide and diverse range of local products from candle holders made from reclaimed wood to homemade preserves and Burgess Hill tea towels! We are passionate about supporting local small businesses, market stall holders and artisans and hope you will take a moment to pop in and see what we have on offer! Our shop front display is regularly changed to show what’s available for Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday, Easter and many other important events throughout the year. Come and have a look for some lovely gift ideas or simply to help our local businesses and to treat yourself or a loved one!

Keep up to date with new shop items on our dedicated Instagram page.

We hold a variety of leaflets about Burgess Hill and what it has to offer including details of The Green Circle and ideas of local attractions to keep the little ones happy and occupied. Additionally, we hold a collection of leaflets about attractions throughout England and can signpost you to websites that provide the information you need, should we not have a leaflet to hand.

Town Guide

We offer a free Town Guide which includes a full street map with useful information on the history of the town, places to stay, things to do and local attractions.  The beautifully produced Burgess Hill Town Guide is available, free of charge, in Burgess Hill Town Council’s Help Point at 96 Church Walk.

The Town Guide created by the Town Council’s Help Point and Local Authority Publishing, is an informative publication for residents and visitors alike. Filled with stunning pictures of Burgess Hill throughout, the guide includes a comprehensive A-Z street map of Burgess Hill, detailed information of the history of the town, things to do in the area, local attractions in and around Burgess Hill, Youth information and much more!

Upon request, the Help Point can post a copy of the Town Guide, please telephone: 01444 247726 or email: helppoint@burgesshill.gov.uk

Box Office

Burgess Hill Tourist Information Centre acts as a Box Office for local events, concerts and even tea parties! We also sell Theatre Token gift cards; a unique theatre gift that can be used to buy tickets at over 260 theatres nationwide including all of London’s West End.


Charter Mark Standard for Customer Service Excellence Award - 2005

Council of the Year Award - 2006

Sussex Business Award - 2008/09

Burgess Hill is a FAIRTRADE TOWN

Book Tickets


Map & Directions

Road Directions

Burgess Hill Tourist Information Centre is located centrally within the Town Centre and within walking distance from Burgess Hill train station as well as alternative forms of public transport.  There are also a number of car parking facilities in close proximity to the Council offices; the closest being Cyprus Road Car Park, located directly behind our building.

Opening Times

Burgess Hill Tourism Information Centre (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
Monday - Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday10:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 16:30
Bank HolidayClosed

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