Take a walk. Worthing’s pebble beach might discourage all but the most determined posers, but the palm trees, candy-hued beach huts and a driftwood sculpture garden make for a thoroughly photogenic stroll along the prom. Start at Marine Gardens, home to a putting green and several local bowls clubs (what do you mean, you don’t follow the league?), then head eastwards, past the Lido, a glorious 1920s bandstand which featured in Stan & Ollie. You’ll find the work of enigmatic local street artist Horace scattered all over town. He paints famous residents past and present – including Gwendoline Christie, Billy Idol and ’90s royalty Dave Benson Phillips. And if the weather doesn’t play ball, take shelter at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery. Home to one of the largest costume collections in the UK, it’s the ideal place to embrace your inner dandy – Worthing fan Oscar Wilde would approve.