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Seven Sisters Country Park
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Seaford
The Seven Sisters Country Park is an amazing place to visit, surrounded by beautiful countryside and scenery, Plenty of open space for the children to enjoy themselves, they can see sheep and cows along the way.
The whole surroundings are typical of what's best of England's natural beauty.Seven Sisters Country Park is an absolute must for anyone who enjoys the nature and picturesque views and walks.The seven sisters count...
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Driftwood Garden East Sussex
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Seaford
Cuckmere Haven
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Seaford
This captivating panoramic view of Seven Sisters cliffs provides an exhilarating chance to soak up the beauty of this county park.
Great views, good walkng, farm and wildlife, also on the edge of Friston forest or RT Cuckmere beach.. Just be sure the cafe at the country park centre is open if you plan to grab a recharge drink or snack.
Seaford Beach
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Seaford
Best view on a sunny afternoon worth a visit Go by car you can drive and park for free You pass the coastal cottages The area is used for filming It’s all free
You can step directly on to the South Downs National Park at the Eastern end, or West along the gloriously open promenade, perhaps visit the Martello Museum and end up at the Sailing Club with cafe open to the pub...
Cupani Garden
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Seaford
Paradise Park Newhaven 4.8 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Newhaven
I have spent many happy hours with my grandchildren at Paradise park the Planet Earth attraction is very hands on and informative with roaring dinosaurs, fossils eerie phenomena like volcanoes and earthquakes not...
Excellent place, lovely gifts, plenty for kids to do, the dinasours park is brilliant for people of all ages.
Butchershole, Friston Forest
#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in Seaford
It's woth noting that the forest can also be accessed from Jevington Car park, and near the Exceat/Cuckmere Information Centre as well - Butchershole is just the name of the one car park, not the Forest itself.
Drusillas Park Berwick 7.0 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Berwick
Brilliant park, tons to do:- exotic animals (lemurs, marmosets, monkeys etc), farm animals, large outdoor play park, indoor soft play, new splash zone, Hello kitty small rides zone, lagoon pool, maze a little fade...
There’s a superb array of activities for a variety of ages and interests including the animals, the play park, superb soft play and mini-train.
Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters Eastbourne 7.7 km away
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Eastbourne
A bit of a walk from the car park but well worth the incredible views of these amazing natural cliffs, you can vet right up to them from the beach but take care, the tide was out on our visit but it looks as if th...
Came here today and finally managed to park! Very busy but worth the parking fee! Amazing walk along the cliffs and up to the lighthouse, had a ice cream on a cliff on a sunny day with breathe taking views!
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Beachy Head Eastbourne 11.2 km away
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Eastbourne
This was a a very good decision, we stopped at Beachy Head, parked in a public car park and has a little wander about, lots of walkers and cyclists, stunning views, very windy but as sun was out so some warmth.
You can continue following the outstanding coastline with it's cliffs to Belle Tout lighthouse, Burling Gap and the Visitor Centre of Seven Sisters National Park.
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Arlington Bluebell Walk Arlington 11.0 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Arlington
Lovely to see ancient woodland left to nature (there are paths - but off path - totally unspoilt) Dogs must be kept on leads so this ensures the flowers are protected.
Picnics are allowed in the large car park field