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Brighton SEA LIFE

Marine Parade, Brighton BN2 1TB

SEA LIFE Brighton - The World’s Oldest Operating Aquarium

Let us take you on a fascinating journey through the original Victorian architecture of the oldest operating aquarium in the world. Based opposite the iconic pier, SEA LIFE Brighton was built in 1872 and features 5,500 mesmerising creatures including Rays, Sharks, Turtles, Terrapins, Star Fish, Seahorses and an Anaconda! Here at SEA LIFE Brighton you can see them all - from the curious and the rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. In 2019 SEA LIFE Brighton launched a state of the art new attraction Day & Night. The first of its kind in the UK, Day & Night offers guests the chance to experience the 24-hour wonder of a coral reef as it moves through the day in 750,000 litre display. NEW for 2020 our Jawsome Sharks event launching 15th Feb - 19th April, be a Jawsome Ranger and meet our crazy, but very clever Professor Finn! Check our website for full details and to buy tickets.

British Airways i360 Viewing Tower

Lower Kings Road, Brighton

Brighton's Best Views by Far
Glide up gently to 138 metres high in the spacious glass viewing pod to enjoy stunning 360o views. Admire Brighton’s landmarks, artwork on the rooftops, the South Downs, windfarms out at sea and the expansive stretch of coast all the way from Seven Sisters cliffs to the Isle of Wight. While on board enjoy a glass of award-winning English sparkling wine from the South Coast’s highest bar, the Nyetimber Sky Bar! After your flight visit the construction story exhibition, browse our gift shop for locally produced souvenirs and enjoy a meal with a sea view at the West Beach Bar & Kitchen or at the Café on the upper terrace.

Opening hours vary by date, please check website for details.


Butser Ancient Farm

Chalton Lane, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO8 0BG

A fascinating day out at Butser Ancient Farm, nestled within the rolling South Downs National Park. Discover ongoing reconstructions of ancient British homes and buildings, including Stone Age, Iron Age, Roman and Anglo Saxon, with rare breed animals and ancient crops. Butser is a world renowned experimental archaeological site with ever changing experiments, displays and projects, exploring and bringing the past to life. Join a traditional skills workshop, experience an ancient Celtic Festival and enjoy many other special events throughout the year. Dogs and picnics are welcome and there is a café with hot drinks and light refreshments. Free parking and good disabled access across the site.

Chichester Canal

Canal Basin, Canal Wharf, Chichester, West Sussex

Steps away from the city centre, Chichester Canal offers a unique and peaceful environment.
Linking the City to the sea, our speciality is boat trips.

The Canal has up to four daily trips on our boat Kingfisher. Richmond offers catered cruises, for example a Fish and Chip cruise and an English Afternoon Tea cruise. Both boats offer a lift and Kingfisher has an accessible WC. Richmond is available for private charter for family celebrations.

Our Cafe overlooks the Canal Basin, where customers relax with a wide choice of drinks, mouthwatering cakes and light bites. It offers seating indoors, on a terrace or under the trees. There is a lift to the first floor and an accessible WC.

We offer rowing boats for hire and licences for paddleboards and canoes. Our Heritage Centre offers visitors almost 200 years of history.
Free entry.

Chichester Cathedral

West Street, Chichester, West Sussex

We have made a number of changes to ensure those who visit us can do safely. Please check the website for details.

Located in the heart of the city, Chichester Cathedral is a living church with over 900 years of history. Discover unique architecture, where medieval features sit alongside world famous contemporary artworks. Following your visit, explore the shops and eateries of the roman city of Chichester, or take a walk through the beautiful Bishop’s Palace Gardens. Guided Tours available.
Please see the Cathedral website for opening times: chichestercathedral.org.uk

Open: 10am - 4pm Monday to Saturday, 10am - 2pm Sunday. All are welcome.

Admission: Free entry. Donations greatly appreciated.

Chichester Festival Theatre

Oaklands Park, Chichester, West Sussex

One of the UK’s flagship theatres, renowned for the exceptionally high standard of its productions as well as its work with the community and young people. Situated in a cathedral city in West Sussex between the South Downs and the sea, the Festival Theatre’s bold thrust stage design makes it one of England’s most striking playhouses – equally suited to epic drama and musicals. Its studio theatre, the Minerva, is particularly noted for premieres of new work alongside intimate revivals.

Rooted firmly in its community, the Theatre runs a Learning, Education and Participation (LEAP) programme that is a beacon of excellence and inspiration to its local audience, as well as being home to one of the country’s largest youth theatres with over 800 members.

Discover Worthing

Worthing, West Sussex

Nestled between the sea and the South Downs a weekend in Worthing will be packed with fun.
Take in a show at one of two theatres, try your hand at water sports, uncover independent shops and galleries including beach hut artists’ studios and artisan workshops, take a local history tour and dine out at one of many great eating cafes and award winning restaurants. Discover the largest observation wheel on the South Coast, which returns in April 2020.
With great transport links and good quality accommodation, Worthing’s central Sussex location makes it the perfect base from which to explore the wider area.
For ideas, inspiration and a calendar of events check out timeforworthing.uk/discover/

Drusillas Park

Alfriston, East Sussex

Make memories that last and enjoy a great family day out at the award-winning Drusillas Park.
Drusillas offers a loving home to over one hundred exotic animals, including sloths, and penguins!

However, animals are only half the fun! Swing, jump and climb your way across Drusillas large adventure play areas, get lost in Mungo’s Maze and take to the skies on a whole host of amazing children’s rides including the Hippopotobus, the Flying Cheetahs, and the Rainforest Carousel. There’s even a chance to grab your swimming costume and splash about on the Get Wet! splash pad.

When you fancy a break from all the running around, sit back and relax as you journey deep into the heart of the zoo on the Safari Express train.

Tiptoe through the jaws of a mighty T-rex and bravely step into dinosaur territory in our newest attraction Jurassic Jungle.

Have a wonderfully exciting day out that all the family will remember!

Eastbourne Attractions & Events

Tourist Information Centre, Cornfield Road, Eastbourne

Feel refreshed and invigorated by our stunning resort at the foot of the magnificent South Downs. Explore breath-taking countryside. Enjoy old-fashioned seaside fun. Go wild at our fantastic Bandstand tribute nights.

Walk, cycle, or paddle-board in the great outdoors. Explore dark tunnels and 200 years of history at our Redoubt Fortress. Take in a top show. Stroll along the prom. Discover exhibitions on the Bronze Age and English Seaside Holidays.

Plus soak up the atmosphere at hundreds of exciting events including Magnificent Motors, Beer & Cider by the Sea, Beach Life Festival incorporating Extreme, and Airbourne. With loads to see and do, Eastbourne is perfect for a stay or a day out. Contact us on 01323 415 415

Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway

Lottbridge Drove, Eastbourne

Travel behind the famous one-eighth scale miniature locomotives as they meander for nearly a mile around the beautiful country park. Enjoy a pleasant stroll around the five-acre lake where nature and wildlife may be seen in their natural habitats. Or relax in the prize-winning tea gardens with a beverage, lunch or Cream Tea from the railway style cafe. Picnic areas, model railways, maze and the Railway Gift Shop. Also for the children is an adventure playground to help “let off steam” and a play area for the under 5’s.

Follow A22 to Lottbridge Drove then brown signs to ‘mini railway’. Parking is free.

For further details telephone (01323) 520229 or visit www.emsr.co.uk

Please see our website for more information.

Fishbourne Roman Palace

Roman Way, Fishbourne, Chichester, West Sussex

Discovered in 1960, Fishbourne Roman Palace displays the largest collection of early Roman mosaic floors in Britain and museum displaying artefacts found during excavations. Replanted formal garden laid out to its original plan as discovered from excavation, featuring box hedging.

The Roman plants garden features many culinary and medicinal plants available during the life of the Palace. The Collections Discovery Centre houses 500,000 artefacts in the bulk and sensitive stores. The garden has been carefully replanted to its original plan with box hedging and fruit trees. The Collections Discovery Centre houses a sensitive store, research room and conservation laboratory.

Fishers Farm Park

Newpound Lane, Wisborough Green, West Sussex

The multi-award winning Fishers Adventure Farm Park is the much-loved family day out in the heart of the lovely West Sussex countryside. Fishers offers a unique mixture of animal adventures, exhilarating indoor and outdoor play the whole family can experience – it’s no wonder that Fishers is still “Where the Family Comes First”.

With over 40 rides and attractions on offer for a jam-packed, fun-filled family day out it's no wonder Fishers is the perfect all-year attraction, come rain or shine!

Go Ape Tree Top Adventure

Tilgate Park Crawley, West Sussex

Go Ape is the UK's number one Tree Top Adventure. We’ll brief you for safety before you fly down our zip-wires, leap off our Tarzan Swing and tackle our crossings whilst enjoying some of Britain’s most breathtaking scenery.

Can I Go Ape?
Minimum Age - 10yrs
Minimum Height - 1.4m (4ft7")
Maximum weight - 20.5 stone (130kg)
Gorillas (16+) - £33
Baboons (10-15) - £25

Tree Top Adventure
Enjoy 2-3 hours of tree top crossings, wobbly obstacles, zip wires and Tarzan Swings. Unleash your inner ape as you fly through the air with your pri-mates. It's a day out you'll never forget.

Can I Go Ape?
Minimum age - 10 years
Minimum height - 1.4m
Maximum weight - 20.5 stone

Tree Top Junior
Uncover a Tree Top Adventure for Junior Tarzans. Release your little monkeys onto a Go Ape course designed for them. No one loves adventure more than kids.

Can I Go Ape Tree Top Junior?
Minimum height - 1m
Mini-Tarzans (1m+) - £18

Harbour Park

Windmill Road, Seafront, Littlehampton, West Sussex

Harbour Park, excitement for all age’s right on Littlehampton’s award winning sandy beach.

In our outdoor environment, take a spin on the Whirlpool Waltzer or swim the high seas with our friendly fish on the Ocean Coaster, try the family favourites such as the Dodgems and Adventure Golf. For the younger guests we have the spinning barrels, trampolines and much more.

Harbour Park has a great selection of food outlets to choose from. The Harbour Kitchen serves gourmet burgers & children’s lunch boxes. The Galley Restaurant offers freshly battered Fish & Chips. Don’t forget to pop over to our Kelly’s Ice Cream Parlour where you can find a variety of flavours from Bubble-gum to classic Cornish Vanilla.

Prices – Seasonal pricing structure on website.
Go Unlimited Wristbands & Ticket options available to purchase for entry.
Advanced online booking preferred.

Opening times – Times may vary, visit the website for up to date information.

Hastings Castle and 1066 Story

Castle Hill Rd, Hastings, East Sussex

Discover the history of Britain’s first ever Norman castle.

Take in the breath-taking views of the Hastings coastline while you explore the history of this iconic building.

Learn how the Battle of Hastings unfolded in the medieval siege tent, as a 20 minute video show takes you on a journey from 1066 right up to the present day.

Wander through the Castle grounds and be transported back through time, explore the whispering dungeons and the remains of the chapel.

Whatever your age, Hastings Castle is a fun yet education day out for all the family.

Heaven Farm

Heaven Farm, Furners Green, Uckfield, East Sussex

In the heart of Sussex visit our 100 acre award winning farm with beautiful Bluebell woodland and nature trail with wallabies and deer.

Come and stay in our spacious caravan and camping site, which is always popular so book well in advance.

On site we have;
The Stable Tea Rooms offering coffee, light lunches and cream teas. Available for functions.
Visit Latchetts Ice Cream Parlour and sample the delicious homemade Gelato Ice Cream made from the milk of our very own cows. Book a Chocolate and Ice Cream Party.
The Doves Play Barn for young children to play safely in a controlled space.
Other Seasonal Events throughout the year.

Entry to the farm is free. Dogs welcome on leads.

Herstmonceux Castle Estate

Wartling Road Entrance, Hailsham, East Sussex

The beautiful 300-acre estate has formal gardens, woodland trails, meadows, and lakes, all set around a majestic 15th century moated castle. For younger visitors, there is an outdoor play area, giant tree swing and the family challenge of the Marlow Rope Maze.
Chestnuts Tea Room offers light lunches, afternoon teas, daily specials, delicious homemade cakes and a children’s menu.
The Castle Arts Gallery showcases the work of local artists which can be purchased along with souvenirs of your visit.
Castle tours are not available at present, but the Visitor Centre chronicles its varied history. Friendly and knowledgeable tour guides can also be found in the gatehouse for a few hours each day to answer any questions you may have.
Well behaved dogs are welcome but always kept on a lead please.

High Beeches Woodland and Water Garden

High Beeches Lane, Handcross, West Sussex

A hidden gem in the Weald of Sussex which has been sensitively planted with many rare trees and shrubs to create an enchanting, tranquil woodland and water garden. In Spring bluebells carpet the many glades surrounded by the glorious colour and scent of azaleas.

The beautiful Rhododendron loderi flower in May and in June one of the best ancient wildflower meadows in the south is at its peak. Autumn brings a stunning blaze of colour provided by the many acers, nyssas and liquidambers.

Hollycombe Steam in the Country

Iron Hill, Liphook, Hants

Enjoy all the Fun of the Fair; steam railways and Hollycombe’s steam engines of national importance. You’ll be supporting a registered educational charity which relies solely on the money it receives from visitors. Pay once, and return again all season for free on most open days.

Experience the thrill of the world's oldest mechanically operated Fairground Ride; the world's first white-knuckle ride the Razzle Dazzle; and the views of the South Downs from the top of Hollycombe's famous Big Wheel. All set in picturesque Woodland Gardens, with a superb Azalea Walk, at it's best in May.

Hollycombe has a cafeteria and excellent Gift Shop with a wide range of Thomas the Tank Engine merchandise.

Knockhatch Adventure Park

Knockhatch Adventure Park, Hailsham Bypass, Hailsham

Knockhatch Adventure Park, in Hailsham, is fantastic value for families with the most imaginative indoor & outdoor play areas in the South East!

Will you brave the Dinosaurs & Drop Slide in the Lost World Play Barn?
Face the fearsome Red Dragon in the Dragon Castle Adventure Playground?
Surf down the towering Wave Runner?

Knockhatch also has a Petting Farm, Owl Sanctuary Centre, Meerkat Experiences, Wallaby Walk Through, Go Karts, Avalanche Slide, Trampoline Pillows, Big Top, a Boating Lake, Picnic Areas and much more. It's the perfect day out for all the family.

Save 20% by booking your tickets online at www.knockhatch.com or 25% on the gate with a 1066 Card (available from the Gift Shop)