Tourist Attractions etc in Sussex
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Sussex Tourist Attractions

blank tabBENTLEY WILDFOWL & MOTOR MUSEUMTourist Attraction
Harveys Lane, Halland, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 5AF
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Something for everyone with one of the largest waterfowl collections including Swans, Geese, Ducks, Cranes and Flamingo's in a natural setting.

The Motor Museum has over 100 exhibits including Veteran, Edwardian, Vintage and Classic cars and bikes.

The Gardens are a reflection of the house with a series of rooms divided by yew hedges.

There is a Woodland Trail, Playground, Picnic Area, Tearoom and Craft Workshops.

Disabled access; free electric wheelchairs available on request. Free parking. Assistance dogs only (except in wildfowl reserve).
Tel: 01825 840573
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blank tabTHE SHIPWRECK MUSEUMTourist Attraction
Rock A Nore Road, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 3DW
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This award winning museum is devoted to the history of wrecked ships. Hastings has one of the richest displays of shipwrecks at low tide in Europe.

An exciting audio-visual presentation tells the story of the ships featured in the display. These include a medieval sailing barge sunk in the Thames at London; the 70-gun English warship Anne beached near Hastings in 1690 during the Battle of Beachy Head; and the Dutch East Indiaman Amsterdam that ran aground at Hastings. Additional features include push-button videos, touch screen technology and Primrose - the last Rye barge.

Group Bookings can book anytime throughout the year. Opening times are on the website.
Tel: 01424 437452
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Herstmonceux, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 1RN
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Within the grounds of Herstmonceux Castle is the Observatory Science Centre, former home of the Royal Greenwich Observatory.

With over 100 exhibits, telescope tours, a discovery park and hands-on experiments for all ages, the centre promises a fun and educational day out. The telescopes which were used by Greenwich's Observatory have been recently restored and are currently operational for courses and opening evenings.

Please contact the centre to confirm opening times. Not all areas are accessible for wheelchair users.
Tel: 01323 832731
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blank tabNEWHAVEN FORTTourist Attraction
Fort Road, Newhaven, East Sussex, BN9 9DS

Step Into Wartime Britain. This huge clifftop fortress commands superb views and really brings history to life. Experience what life was like in the First and Second World Wars through exciting life-size and interactive exhibitions. Explore underground tunnels, stand by the big guns on the ramparts, and for children a Mission Trail and under-12's play area. Dogs are welcome on a lead. Pre-booked school visits throughout the year.
Tel: 01273 517622

blank tabCHICHESTER FESTIVITIESTourist Attraction
Canon Gate House, Canon Lane, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1PU
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The Chichester Festivities is a leading arts festival based in the Cathedral, Goodwood House and numerous other local venues.

International symphony orchestras, soloists and artists feature in an exciting programme which includes classical music, jazz, cabaret and light music, 'celebrity talks' and literary events, films, theatre, lunchtime and coffee concerts.
Tel: 01243 785718
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Brighton Pier

Madeira Drive, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TW
Tel: 01273 609361     Email:

The Brighton Pier was built to replace the old Chain Pier. Designed by R St. Moore it took ten years to build, and the main section of the deck was finally opened in 1899. With its attractive oriental dome and delicate filigree ironwork arches, it is widely considered to be the finest pier ever built. Right from the beginning the pier seemed to have an atmosphere of carnival gaiety and cheeky frivolity. Here you'll find all the traditional amusements you'd expect, as well as fairground attractions, souvenirs and novelty shops. You can eat anything from candyfloss to freshly-caught crab and traditional fish and chips.

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Beachy Head Countryside Centre

Beachy Head, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 7YA
Tel/Fax: 01323 737273

The Countryside Centre is situated at the end of the Seven Sisters with fabulous views of Birling Gap and the magnificent Heritage Coast. The highly innovative exhibition is a focal point to your visit to Beachy Head and the Sussex Downland. Listen to the talking shepherd, visit the Bronze Age man or just browse in the Gift Shop. Accommodation bookings and general information also available. Free admission.

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Tulleys Farm

Turners Hill Rd, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 4PD
Tel: 01342 717071

Can you solve our Giant Maize Maze? Unique 7-acre themed arena that entertains the whole family. Free parking, refreshments, and novelty mini mazes and children's activities. Alongside Tulleys Farm Shop, Farmhouse Kitchen Tea Room, and PYO soft fruits and vegetables throughout the seasons. The best Halloween fun-season around plus Christmas fayre, Santa's cottage and Easter events.

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