Things to do in Sussex
Although Brighton and Hove is great to visit, it also fun to explore the surrounding areas. The whole county of Sussex has great experiences and activities on offer.
1066 battle of Hastings abbey and battlefield high street, battle east Sussex.
2016 had marked 950 years since the battle that had defined England. You can stand at the centre of it at the landscape where England’s future had been fought for.
In 2016 they had introduced the climbing of the top of the gatehouse to experience the stunning rooftop view to try and understand the relationship between the Normans and Saxons have played out.
Aldringbourne country centre
Blackhill lane, Norton, NR font well, Chichester.
The aldringbourne country centre there’s a lot to do and see at the country centre.
They are based on the idea of supporting a local charity.
They have a wood land walk, animal on their open farm, maze, mini golf, ride on pedal tractors, their enchanted garden are just some of the attractions there.
They support the adults with learning disabilities and there are people with disabilities.
Anne of Cleves house museum
South hover high street, Lewes
The Anne of Cleves formed as part of the annulment settlement after HenryVIII in 1540.
The house is a brilliant example of the late medieval timber framed house.
The earliest parts date from the late 1400s and there never further additions til the 17th century.
Blue reef aquarium Hastings, Rock-a-nore road, Hastings, east Sussex
If you want to take the ultimate undersea safari the blue reef aquarium, in Hastings. At the blue reef you have amazing encounters with seahorses, native sharks, giant octopus and hundreds of amazing aquatic animals.
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