Seven Sisters Sheep Centre

Nestled in the beautiful South Downs National Park and housed in a classic example of a 17th Century Sussex flint barn, this unique attraction gives you the opportunity to experience a traditional and authentic family run working farm, packed full of quintessential English charm.

South Downs Way

Experience some of our finest countryside between Winchester, the first capital of England, and the white chalk cliffs at Eastbourne. If you’re looking for attractive wildlife, visible prehistory, fine pubs and pretty villages, or if you just fancy a challenge, the South Downs Way awaits you.

Smugglers Adventure

Step back in time though mysterious tunnels and caverns to discover the dark secrets of the smugglers. Join notorious smuggler ‘Hairy Jack’ as he leads you through acres of underground caverns, passages and tunnels on a voyage back through time to the heyday of smuggling.

Fishers Farm Park

Fishers Adventure Farm Park is the award-winning family day out in Sussex offering a full day of entertainment for all ages.

Newhaven Fort

Offering the perfect family day out, there is so much to explore at Newhaven Fort, including the vast, echoing tunnels built into the chalk cliffs. Experience a sense of freedom in this 10-acre site as you stroll along the ramparts and enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the South Downs and Sussex Coast. The cliff-top gun emplacements are sure to fire any imagination!

The Observatory Science Centre

Spectacular hands-on science and discovery among the domes and telescopes of a world famous astronomical observatory.

Bignor Roman Villa

Bignor Roman Villa is the stunning remains of a Roman home with world-class mosaic floors in a spectacular Downland setting. Learn why the Roman owners chose to develop such a magnificent settlement at Bignor in the 3rd Century AD and how they acquired wealth from its location.

Tulleys Farm

We believe in bringing people together …  We do this by creating unique entertainment experiences for families, adults and groups, that unite great design with exceptional talent and create lasting memories.

Horse Riding on the South Downs Way

Three Greys Riding School is a family run business, which has been established since 1963.
The management of Three Greys Riding School prides itself on its professionalism and excellent safety record.
Three Greys welcomes beginners and experienced riders and has a large number of horses and ponies to suit all abilities.
We offer Private and Group lessons by qualified instructors and escorted hacks on the South Downs.s.

Middle Farm

Nestling at the foot of Firle Beacon on the South Downs in Sussex, Middle Farm is a 625 acre working family farm. We offer a warm country welcome, with something for every member of the family to enjoy.

Drusillas Park

Enjoy a great family day out at one of the top tourist attractions in East Sussex. Drusillas is widely regarded as the best small zoo in the country and we’ve created an animal and child friendly, family environment where the focus is always on involvement. It is the perfect getaway for families with children, whether you are looking for things to do in Sussex on your holidays, enjoying a weekend break or simply having a fun day out with the kids. So, get nose to nose with nature and experience the most memorable fun finding out day out you can possibly imagine.

Bentley Motor Museum

Bentley Motor Museum contains a unique collection of cars, motorcycles and cycles, spanning over 100 years of road transport history. The exhibits are all privately owned so change regularly providing fresh interest for your visit.

Arundel Wetland Centre

Visit the Pond Explorer station or spot water voles on the boat safari. Or just relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings and stunning views of Arundel Castle.


Founded in 1934 by John Christie and his opera singer wife, Audrey Mildmay, Glyndebourne is committed to presenting opera of the highest quality, commissioning new work, developing new talent and reaching new audiences. Crucially, Glyndebourne has remained financially independent since 1934.

Brighton Pier

In its original form in 1823 Brighton’s first pier was the Old Chain Pier which was primarily used as a landing stage for  passenger ships that sailed from Dieppe in France. Realising its commercial value the owners began charging an entry fee of 2d and introduced kiosks selling souvenirs and confectionary as well as entertainment stalls with fortune tellers and silhouettists.

Brighton Pavilion

Welcome to an extraordinary and extravagant pleasure palace. Built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, in stages between 1787 and 1823, the Royal Pavilion is remarkable for its exotic oriental appearance both inside and out. This magnificent royal pleasure palace was revered by fashionable Regency society and is still a distinctive landmark for vibrant Brighton & Hove today. The Royal Pavilion is also home to some of the finest collections and examples of the chinoiserie style in Britain.

Brighton Sealife Centre

Situated right on the sea-front next to Brighton’s iconic pier, SEA LIFE Brighton is the world’s oldest operating aquarium and provides a fascinating insight into life below the waves.

Paradise Park

Paradise Park is unique – there is nothing quite like it anywhere else.

This is the extraordinary life story of our planet from its earliest beginnings, following the progress of life from the big bang to the present day. The museum route takes you through exotic plant houses and on to The Sussex History Trail which meanders through delightful gardens.