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Park
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Explore the chalk cliffs, reminiscent of the Cliffs of Dover, at Seven Sisters Country Park. This protected park provides 280 hectares (690 a
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Garden
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You'll love revisiting Driftwood Garden East Sussex, a small seaside garden that just bursts with distinctive character. Award winning and fe
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Seaford Beach , Seaford
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Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes
Enjoy this full day, small group, luxury minibus/train tour of The South Downs National Park and The Seven Sisters. You will meet your guide in London at London Bridge Station at 08:45 and take the 65 minute train to Brighton (TRAIN TICKETS INCLUDED), here you will join a luxury minibus where you'll be driven through the majestic Sussex countryside. Our tour will take in the highlights of the South Downs National Park and the Seven Sisters Cliffs, stopping in 7 different places to make the most of your day.
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Zoo
Drusillas Park , Berwick
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Local and exotic animals are neighbors at Drusillas Park, where you'll also find a variety of hands-on activities. Although the animal popula
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Seaford

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Seaford is a coastal town in East Sussex, on the south coast of England. Lying east of Newhaven and Brighton and west of Eastbourne, it is the largest town in Lewes district, with a population of about 27,000.In the Middle Ages, Seaford was one of the main ports serving Southern England, but the town's fortunes declined due to coastal sedimentation silting up its harbour and persistent raids by French pirates. The coastal confederation of Cinque Ports in the mediaeval period consisted of forty-two towns and villages; Seaford was included under the "Limb" of Hastings. Between 1350 and 1550, the French burned down the town several times. In the 16th century, the people of Seaford were known as the "cormorants" or "shags" because of their enthusiasm for looting ships wrecked in the bay. Local legend has it that Seaford residents would, on occasion, cause ships to run aground by placing fake harbour lights on the cliffs.Seaford's fortunes revived in the 19th century with the arrival of the railway connecting the town to Lewes and London. It became a small seaside resort town, and more recently a dormitory town for the nearby larger settlements of Eastbourne and Brighton, as well as for London. Arrange all the small, but important details of your Seaford trip itinerary using our United Kingdom visit planner.

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