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This 92 acre nature reserve, on the edge of Horsham town is a sanctuary for wildlife, flora and fauna.
Learn about Henfield and it surrounding villages at this local museum full of artefacts
Primarily a fishery and campsite, this is a beautiful spot to stop for a meal or a cup of tea and enjoy the view.
This World Wetlands centre offers a boat safari, quiet walking trails and beautiful views of wildlife.
Most famous for its bell dating from 1300, 15th-century windows and 14th or 15th-century holy water stoup.
The nave of this church was probably built before 1135. The church has one of eight replica vamping horns in England.
Explore the fascinating remains of a Roman home and view world-class mosaic floors. Open March-October.
This heritage railway runs steam-hauled train rides from Sheffield Park to East Grinstead.
Borde Hill is set in over 200 acres of garden, park and woodlands boasting stunning views across the Sussex High Weald.
This Norman motte and bailey castle is perched high on a hill overlooking the village of Bramber and the River Adur.
This quiet country park covers 170 acres of beautiful countryside.
Decorate a piece of pottery at this ceramics studio in Horsham town centre.
Great food, wild walks and historic buildings: this day out has it all
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Pit-stops on the Downs Link trail, from parks and pubs to a historic castle