6:  The Causeway

In the Causeway you will find a mixture of mainly 15th and 16th century houses with, in some cases, later facades. Nos 9 (now Horsham Museum), 11/12 (east side) and 30 (west side) are original burgage houses. From the 18th century are Nos 13 to 17, 31 and the Manor House (opposite the Museum). From the 19th century are Nos 7 and 8.

Morth Gardens, an alley located between Nos 12 and 13 in the Causeway, may mark the old boundary between Borough and Church land. It contains some interesting 18th century cottages and was named after Captain John Morth who once owned a house at the Causeway end.