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There are 115 places to visit in East Sussex listed below. The places are in listed in order of the number of times they have been voted finest.

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Pevensey Levels National Nature Reserve   ~ Free ~ Normans Bay 0
Sluice Lane, Normans Bay, Pevensey, East Sussex, England.
Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) ♂ at Pevensey Levels National Nature Reserve

The Pevensey Levels Nature Reserve is managed by Natural England and is a small area comprising twelve fields in the heart of the Pevensey Levels - a large area of wet meadows, scrub, willow carr, freshwater fen, pools and ditches.

Public access is restricted to protect the wildlife, however the reserve can be viewed from public footpaths and from Sluice Lane.

Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) ♂ © Ron Knight cc
Lullington Heath   ~ Free ~ Polegate 0
Jevington Road, Polegate, East Sussex, BN26 5QE, England.
Adonis Blue ♂ (Polyommatus bellargus) at Lullington Heath

Lullington Heath is a 62 hectare national nature reserve established in 1955 to conserve one of the largest areas of chalk heath remaining in Britain. Chalk heath only occurs where, by the remotest of chances, acid soils have been deposited on the alkaline chalk, allowing acid loving plants to grow together with these of the chalk.

Adonis Blue ♂ (Polyommatus bellargus) © Harald Süpfle cc
High and Over   ~ Free ~ Seaford 0
Alfriston Road, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 3AB, England.
Small Blue (Cupido minimus) at High and Over

High and Over and the nearby Cradle Hill are managed by the National Trust.

Small Blue (Cupido minimus) © Gilles San Martin cc
Butchershole Bottom   ~ Free ~ Friston 0
Jevington to Friston Road, Friston, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 0AT, England.
Chalkhill Blue ♂ (Polyommatus coridon) at Butchershole Bottom

Butchershole Bottom is a large open downland area surrounded by woodland managed by Forest Enterprise.

Chalkhill Blue ♂ (Polyommatus coridon) © Gail Hampshire cc
Butts Brow   ~ Free ~ Eastbourne 0
Butts Lane, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 9EP, England.
Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) at Butts Brow

Butts Brow is an area of natural chalk grassland within the South Downs National Park.

Recent archaeological investigations have found human constructions made in the the Neolithic era 5,000-6,000 years ago.

Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) © Ferran Pestaña cc
Mill Hill   ~ Free ~ Shoreham by Sea 0
Mill Hill, Shoreham by Sea, East Sussex, BN43 5FH, England.
Adonis Blue ♂ (Polyommatus bellargus) at Mill Hill

Mill Hill is a local nature reserve of 35 acres of unimproved chalk grassland managed by Adur District Council and South Downs Joint Committee.

There are no steps or steep gradients on the trail and benches are located every 150 metres to provide plenty of resting places.

Adonis Blue ♂ (Polyommatus bellargus) © Harald Süpfle cc
Gildredge Park   ~ Free ~ Eastbourne 0
The Goffs, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 1HA, England.
  at Gildredge Park

Gildredge Park was purchased by the council from Carew Davis-Gilbert in 1908.

© Vicki Burton cc
Heathfield and Waldron Millennium Green   ~ Free ~ Heathfield 0
Corner of the co-op car park, 110 High Street, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 8JD, England.
Entrance to the Millenium Green  at Heathfield and Waldron Millennium Green

The Millennium Green is an area of over five hectares of woodland and wetland connected to the Cuckoo Trail via the old railway tunnel in Heathfield.The trail continues north from Millennium Green to the end of the old railway track.

The Millennium Green is owned and managed by the Millennium Green Trust.

Entrance to the Millenium Green © MTM MVP arr
Selwyns Wood   ~ Free ~ Rosers Cross 0
Off Fir Grove Road, Rosers Cross, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 0QP, England.
Bluebell path  at Selwyns Wood

Selwyns Wood is 11 hectares (27 Acres) of heathland and woodland valley cared for by Sussex Wildlife Trust. It consists of mainly oak, birch, sweet chestnut, and beech trees. It hasthree streams running through it, one of which is a typical Wealden ghyll stream.

Please follow the Countryside ...

Bluebell path © MTM MVP arr
Beckley Woods   ~ Free ~ Beckley 0
Horseshoe Lane, Beckley, Rye, East Sussex, England, UK.
Silver Washed Fritillary (Argynnis paphia) at Beckley Woods

Beckley Woods is 145 hectares of mixed woodland plantation, owned and managed by the Forestry Commission.

As a registered charity donations are gratefully received to fund important work. You may donate when you visit or by clicking the Charity Link below.

Silver Washed Fritillary (Argynnis paphia) © Hans Gasperl cc
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