Whether you like the seaside, picture-perfect towns, the countryside or historic villages, there is for every tourist really a lot to do in the Sussex region in England.
Below you will find an overview of the best attractions in Sussex, England:
Firle, East Sussex
The Middle Farm in Firle is passionate about British food and farming. At this farm you will various animals and you can also watch the Jersey cows being milked every afternoon. They also have an award winning Farm Shop, where you can buy the finest local produce, including British cheese, delicious bakings, raw milk or beef. Afterwards you can relax in their restaurant or buy a souvenir in the Skies and Scarecrows gift shop.
Ashdown Forest Llama Park
East Grinstead, East Sussex
Ashdown Forest Llama Park is a 30-acre park where you can get close with over 100 friendly llamas, alpacas and reindeers. While you stroll across the park you will have amazing views across Ashdown Forest. Ashdown Forest Llama Park is also organizing so-called Llama Walks.
In the Park Shop you can buy luxurious alpaca knitwear and South American crafts, while you can enjoy your lunchor break in the Coffee Shop or in the picnic area.
Seven Sisters Sheep Centre
Eastbourne, East Sussex
The Seven Sisters Sheep Centre is a family-run farm, which has the largest collection of breeds of sheep worldwide. This farm is really a paradise for animal lovers of all ages. You can enjoy touching and getting close to the tame animals, participate in bottle feeding sessions, tractor rides, have picnics, visit a tearoom and go shopping in the gift shop. Tourists should be aware that credit and debit cards are not accepted at the Seven Sisters Sheep Centre.
Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield
Battle, East Sussex
The 1066 Battle of Hastings is one of the most famous battles in the history of England and tourists are able to visit the site and discover the story behind this historic event and explore the award winning exhibition.
Arundel Castle and Gardens
Arundel, West Sussex
This historic castle is more than 1,000 years old and is surrounded by more than 40 acres of gardens. In the castle, which is still the family home of the Dukes of Norfolk, you can find beautiful collections of art, furniture, clocks, stained glass and much more.
How We Lived Then Museum
Eastbourne, East Sussex
The How We Lived Then Museum in Eastbourne is a famous shop-museum, showing over 100,000 exhibits, which were collected over the past decades and shown on four floors of old shoops, displays and room-settings.
Newhaven, East Sussex
The Newhaven Fort is a Victorian fortress, which had an important role in two World Wars. Via exhibitions the history of Newhaven Fort is being told and in simulators you can experience how it would have felt being caught in a real air raid. Throughout the year Newhaven Fort offers a program of special events.