The landscape really is beautiful here. Sussex is full of beautiful green fields grazed by livestock, offering the ultimate countryside experience. Also, along the Sussex Heritage Coast are the very famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs, which are a must-see landmark when visiting the county.
For all history fanatics, you will undoubtedly know that Sussex is where the Battle of Hastings took place. Just off the high street in the village of Battle, the Battle Museum houses artefacts of the famous historical event. There are also museums where you can see dinosaur footprints and an effigy of Guy Faulkes.
One point of interest in Sussex is the White Horse. There are many scattered around England and many people take the time to visit the areas locating them. If you enjoy walking, a trip to the White Horse hill in Litlington, East Sussex might be a good alternative to the walks around the countryside. The view from the top is breathtaking and makes it completely worthwhile.
Amongst the beautiful countryside, there are many farms where you could take the children for a family day out. At Ashdown Llama Farm in East Sussex, children can come face to face with over 100 different species of llama. You can also visit a small herd of reindeer, browse the farm themed gift shops, let your children play on the adventure playground or enjoy a picnic together. Also, if you book in advance, you can even walk the llamas.
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