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Woods Mill Nature Reserve in Henfield is another great place to get outside and explore the woodland and wetland with a keen eye open for local wildlife.Then, once your stomach starts rumbling, Tilgate Park is perfect for strolls and picnics.Sailing, swimming, wind and kite surfing, and sea kayaking are all easily available to try.West Wittering is one of the nicest beaches in the region and the local area is good for sailing.
Weald and Downland Open Air Museum houses over 40 historical buildings, Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre has a huge variety of exhibits and tells the history of industrial heritage in the area.
Catch an opera at Glyndebourne House before relaxing in one of the best Sussex campsites.
From the bright lights of Brighton Pier to the rolling chalk downlands of the South Downs, Sussex has a massive range of ways to amuse you.
Truly unique sights The Royal Pavilion in Brighton is something of a one-of-a-kind in Britain with its unusual Indian architecture, be prepared to ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’ at its extraordinary and extravagant interiors.
Take a tour in the early evening and then watch the sunset behind this surprising building as tourists at the Taj mahal always do.