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Nature & Parks in East Sussex


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Battle, East Sussex

Site of the famous battle with an engaging visitor centre and interactive displays. Note: English Heritage members can visit attraction for free. 

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Battlefields
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Hastings, East Sussex

Alexandra Park in Hastings was officially opened in 1882, by the Prince and Princess of Wales. The Grade II listed, 109 acre park has a wonderful tree collec...

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Parks
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Alfriston, East Sussex

Alfriston Clergy House in East Sussex is a Medieval thatched Wealden hall-house, with picturesque Gardens. This rare 14th-century house, in 1896, became the ...

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Historic Sites
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Forest Row, East Sussex

Originally a deer hunting forest in Norman times, Ashdown Forest is a great place for walking and enjoying spectacular views over the Sussex countryside and ...

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Forests
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Burwash, East Sussex

17th-century home of Rudyard Kipling. 

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Historic Sites
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

Beachy Head is an ideal location for walks, picnics, flying a kite, or for the extreme minded hang gliding and mountain biking. The 500 ft chalk cliffs offer...

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Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Lewes, East Sussex

With a wildfowl reserve, a motor museum, play area, craft-workers, a Palladian mansion and gardens there is plenty to see and do for all ages.

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Speciality Museums
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Hastings, East Sussex

During your visit you'll come face to face with everything from giant crabs and lobsters to seahorses and tropical sharks.

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Aquariums
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Seaford, East Sussex

Buzz Active offers its guests a wide range of water sports activities, in two idylic locations on the stunning coast of East Sussex's South Downs National Pa...

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Water Sports
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

Buzz Active offers its guests a wide range of outdoor activities, in two idylic locations on the beautiful coast of the South Downs National Park, in East Su...

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Water Sports
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Hastings, East Sussex

With a wide range of safe and clean softplay equipment, this indoor play centre has something suitable for all children up to 12 years old. From ball pits, t...

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Playgrounds
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Brighton, East Sussex

The mile long Dyke valley is the longest, deepest and widest dry valley 'dry valley' in Britain. Take in the spectacular views and walks, or even go hang-gli...

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Geologic Formations
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Brighton, East Sussex

 Once the sight for a warning beacon, as the name suggests, Ditchling Beacon is the highest point in East Sussex and boasts spectacular panoramic views ...

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Nature & Wildlife Areas
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Alfriston, East Sussex

Drusillas is an animal park with hundreds of creatures and attractions including slides and swings, ropes and climbing frames.

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Amusement & Theme Parks
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

Travel behind the one-eighth scale miniature locomotives as they meander for nearly a mile around the country park and take a stroll around the five-acre lak...

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Rail Tours
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Brighton, East Sussex

This indoor play centre has a number of activities and equipment suitable for all young children. With a multi-levelled play frame, slides, tunnels and a spe...

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Playgrounds
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Hastings, East Sussex

Gensing Gardens, in Hastings, was purchased in 1872 by the Council and landscaped by William Andrews, the then Borough Surveyor. There is a fully equpped pla...

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Gardens
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

Gildredge Park in Eastbourne, purchased by the council in 1908, was nominated as a Queen Elizabeth II Field in 2012. Guests can make use of the broad lawns, ...

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Parks
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

Hampden Park is a tranquil escape with brilliant facilities, just a stones throw away from the town centre of Eastbourne. The northern part of the park ...

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Eastbourne, East Sussex

The Italian Gardens are tucked away in a sheltered location, at the end of Eastbourne's seafront. Relax and unwind with a picnic on the central lawn, below b...

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Gardens
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

This large, clean softplay centre has facilities suitable for both young children and adults alike. With colourful slides, ball pits, a sports area, face pai...

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Playgrounds
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

Manor Gardens, purchased from the Davis-Gilbert family in 1923, became nominated as a Queen Elizabeth II Field in 2012. The gardens boast attractive lawn are...

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Gardens
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Lewes, East Sussex

Monk's House is a beautiful cottage, nestled in the heart of rural Sussex, which was once the 17th-century country retreat of Leonard and Virginia Woolf. Exp...

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Historic Sites
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

Princes Park, adjacent to the picturesque seafront of Eastbourne, became nominated as a Queen Elizabeth II Field in 2011. The parks most central feature...

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Parks
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Brighton, East Sussex

Saddlescombe Farm, East Sussex, is a small settlement sitting at the base of the downs. Now owned by the Naitonal Trust, it is a working farm which opens sev...

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Nature & Wildlife Areas
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Brighton, East Sussex

Brighton Sea Life Centre contains one of Britains largest underwater tunnels in England. The centre was originally opened in 1872.

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Other Zoos & Aquariums
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Brighton, East Sussex

For all those that love the oceans, Sea Life Brighton has a huge collection of marine animals and fascinating displays and exhibits suitable for all visitors...

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Aquariums
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Uckfield, East Sussex

Acres of landscape garden bordered by historic parkland and woodland.

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Parks
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Hastings, East Sussex

Visitors to Smugglers Adventure are invited to step back in time, to discover the dark secrets of the smugglers. Be taken through acres of underground cavern...

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Caverns & Caves
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Hastings, East Sussex

St Leonards Gardens have a vast history dating back to 1828, where they were created as the centrepiece of James Burton's new town. The Grade II listed, orna...

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Gardens
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Eastbourne, East Sussex

This large, indoor softplay centre offers a wide variety of different activities and equipment to entertain all children aged 6 months - 12 years. With brigh...

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Playgrounds
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Hastings, East Sussex

Warrior Square Gardens was first opened as a subscription garden in 1852, recently undergoing improvements, including major re-landscaping and wall restorati...

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Gardens
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Hastings, East Sussex

West Marina Gardens was first purchased in 1886, where it was laid out as a pleasure garden by 1891. Visitors can head down for a game of bowls, play a round...

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Gardens
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Hastings, East Sussex

White Rock Gardens were first acquired by the Council in 1902 and re-landscaped in 1920. The central garden offers its guests brilliant facilities, from bowl...

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Gardens

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