The largest marina in the UK. With an 8 screen cinema, 26- lane bowling alley, glow in the dark golf and casino, there’s never a dull moment. If you love to shop, you’ll enjoy exploring a selection of specialist stores, fashion, home furnishings, gifts, accessories and even designer kitchens. For outdoor enthusiasts, go on a boat trip, learn how to sail or jet ski.
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!
CLIMB – BOWL – EAT – PLAY!
Indoor & outdoor action-packed activities, 7 days a week, for all ages!
Known as one of the best family activity venues in Sussex and awarded Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, Out of Bounds is the perfect fun day out for all ages. Our centre boasts activities for the young adventurer to the young-at-heart daredevil.
Are you ready to be transported on an enchanting journey from the shorelines of Hastings to the tropical waters of the deep blue ocean? Glide through the wondrous waters where you’ll come face-to-fin with some fascinating creatures. Take a stroll through the giant ocean exhibit and don’t forget to look up and see incredible views of reef sharks, stingrays, and shoals of colourful fish swimming overhead. You’ll be amazed at the underwater tunnel, which will open your eyes to the beautiful world of the deep blue ocean.
Michelham Priory boasts England’s longest medieval water filled moat and offers a great day out for all the family. The moat encircles a site steeped in history dating back to 1229, from its foundation by Augustinian canons, through the destruction caused by the dissolution of the monasteries in Tudor times and into its later life as a country house.
Centrally located in Sussex, this area boasts the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South Downs National Park. Renowned for its walking, cycling and birdwatching the area offers the finest local food and drink, with an array of vineyards, micro-breweries, cheesemakers, fresh produce and local crafts. And the historic houses, gardens and the many steam trains railways are not to be missed either!
Founded in 1067, Arundel Castle is one of the largest inhabited and complete castles in England – a jewel in the crown of UK visitor attractions. Steeped in 1,000 years of history, the Castle offers a full day out with guided and free-flow tours of finely preserved rooms including the Baron’s Hall, Fitzalan Chapel, Regency Library and Victorian bedrooms alongside opportunities to ascend the Norman Motte and Keep and enjoy The Collector Earl’s Garden which was opened by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2008. Suited to visitors of all ages, the Castle offers an action packed calendar of events throughout the year from Jousting and Medieval Tournaments to Shakespeare in The Collector Earl’s Garden.
This National Trust landscape garden and surrounding historic parkland is well known for its spectacular autumn colour, but is glorious in all seasons. Originally designed in the 18th Century by gardening greats such as Capability Brown and Humphry Repton, the garden contains four lakes joined by a waterfall and cascade, while the parkland stretches down to the River Ouse and the Bluebell Railway.
For nearly two hundred years locals and tourists have been visiting the site to see the fantastic mosaics that adorned the floors of this once elegant Roman Villa. The villa was a rich working farm in Roman Britain and the land is still farmed to this day by the Tupper family, descendants of George Tupper who discovered the site whilst ploughing in 1811.