Sussex has long been considered one of the best places to live in England - tucked away in the in South East of the country, the weather is favourable compared to the rest of the UK and the county rates well in terms of low crime rates and community engagement.
So it is well known that Sussex is an excellent place to live, but what about if you're visiting for a weekend (or perhaps a little longer)? Well, luckily you're also spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do for all ages. We've written previously about locations in Sussex such as Worthing, but we wanted to round up a list of our favourite things to do during your time in the whole area, so we've tried to include a good mix of activities and attractions from across Sussex. Let's get into the guide:
Where is Sussex?
What is there to see and do in Sussex?
See the Seven Sisters
Visit Ashdown Forest
Battle Abbey & the battlefield
Great Dixter House & Gardens
Brighton Beach & Pier
Seaford - an underrated seaside gem
Seaford Museum of Local History
See the Seven Sisters (& Cuckmere Haven)
Lewes - an underrated gem with plenty to see and do
Lewes Castle (& Museum)