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Seven Sisters Sheep Centre, East Dean

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 110 reviews on the web
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  • Today on your last day we were treated poorly by the owners ADULT daughter, calling myself & my friend bad parents, shouting at us in front of our children & other visitors, calling our children naugh...  read more »
  • I have been planning this visit since I moved from London to Eastbourne 2 year ago and, sadly reading news that will be closedown then I've decided now it's the time! Friends come over and the weather...  read more »
  • I have been visiting here since I was a child and I now come with my own children. We visit every year and are so sad it is closing. This is a working farm run by a lovely, friendly family. The animal...  read more »
  • Very disappointed with the centre. Overpriced at £21 for family ticket to see sheep and lambs. Centre is tired and grubby. Tractor ride a rip off at £1 and such a short ride, and did not keep to schedule. Not enough equipment for children to play on (where has the old tractor gone?) Animals all look squashed in, and generally. Centre trying to be something it is not. Lady spinning wool was informative and the one spark of interest.
  • Friendly and well presented. It's a shame it is closing on 4th September due retirement
  • Brilliant, fun and well worth the money. My only suggestions that they provide a better range of food within the cafe (not just cakes!)
  • A great day out, beautiful sheep, scenery and very educational. An attraction that is not overpriced, and is nicely old fashioned! It's all about the sheep! Would so recommend for any families wanting to show the kids how fascinating nature and animals are and how the seasons influence the natural world in these days of technology, which can sometimes be forgotten.
  • Totally overpriced to just walk round some sheep, and they do not accept payment by card. Then wanted more money for tractor ride which doesn't even last 5 minutes.
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