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Sussex Tourist and Visitor Attractions

Sussex Tourist and Visitor Attractions - many with brief details of disabled access.
Along with the attractions listed on this page you may also find places of interest on the Sussex Heritage and Nature pages. We suggest that you also visit the pages for the neighbouring counties to see what else there is in the area.


We support ‘Accessible Countryside for Everyone’ in providing a brief guide as to the access / facilities for the sites listed, where we have them.


Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre -a 36 acre site set in the South Downs National Park, exhibits include a narrow-gauge railway and bus service, telecommunications hall, energy electricity hall, printing workshop and much more - Disabled friendly / facilities but some restricted wheelchair access see website


Ashdown Forest Llama Park - no amusement arcades, noisy games nor plastic wrapped food, just wholesome fun in stunning countryside, showcasing friendly llamas, alpacas and reindeer - Forest Row - Disabled friendly but the park is not suitable for wheelchairs and buggies especially in wet weather


Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum - Have fun at the adventure playground and explore the willow tunnels, ride on the miniature railway, visit the motor museum, feed the birds on the wildfowl reserve or discover the ancient houses on a woodland walk (around 2500 birds and 130 species from around the world) - Disabled & Pushchair friendly see website


Blackberry Farm - amily run farm is home to over 200 animals and wildfowl...most can be petted or fed by hand - Whitesmith, Near Lewes - we have no disabled access info for this site

Blue Reef Aquarium - Over 30 naturally themed habitats transport you on a fantastic journey from the shoreline of Hastings to the tropical waters of the deep ocean - Hastings - Disabled & Pushchair friendly / baby changing see website


Bluebell Railway - Preserved steam trains running through the heart of Sussex, with services running between East Grinstead and Sheffield Park - Disabled friendly / facilities but some restricted wheelchair access see website


Brighton Toy and Model Museum - a treasure trove of toys and models that extends over four thousand square feet of floorspace, through four of the Early Victorian arches supporting Brighton Railway Station's forecourt - Disabled friendly see website


Drusillas Park - a great family day out at one of the top tourist attractions in East Sussex. Drusillas is widely regarded as the best small zoo in the country - Alfriston - Disabled & Pushchair friendly see website


Earnley Butterflies and Gardens - Walk among Tropical Butterflies, see exotic Birds and get close to many Beasts. Wander through a maze of seventeen covered theme gardens, see the artefacts from the shipwrecked HMS Hazardous sunk in 1706 - Chichester - Disabled friendly / facilities but some restricted wheelchair access see website


Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway - 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 - we have no disabled access info for this site


Fishers Farm Park - Animal Encounters Barn, Horse and Pony Rides in the Sand School, Farm Museum, Demonstrations, 25ft Climbing Wall, 1950s Merry-Go-Rounds and more - Wisborough Green - Disabled & Pushchair friendly see website


Goodwood Racecourse - seasonal horse-racing and events nr Chichester - Disabled friendly and facilities - wheelchair viewing areas on the rails and overlooking the Parade Ring in all enclosures, lifts in both the March and Sussex grandstands and a ramp to the first floor of the Charlton Stand.


Harbour Park - rides and attractions are aimed towards families and children between the ages of 2-14, but there really is something for everyone - Littlehampton - Disabled friendly / facilities but some restricted wheelchair access see website


How We Lived Then - has well over 100,000 exhibits laid out on FOUR floors of authentic old shops, room-settings and many various displays - Wheelchairs - limited access on the ground floor only



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