East Sussex has a history dating back to The Norman Conquest. Visit the site of The Battle of Hastings, sky gaze at the Observatory or spend a day at Druscilla’s Zoo.
East Sussex has a host of things for all the family. From the seaside resorts of Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings these are just a few of the attractions within easy reach: 1066 Battle Of Hastings, Abbey & Battlefield In 1066 William of Normandy invaded England and fought the forces of King Harold just outside
Brighton, and its neighbour Hove, are two stylish seaside resorts, and a great base for exploring the beautiful Sussex countryside. Historic houses, glorious gardens and picturesque little villages are all just a short drive away. Only 49 minutes by train from London and easily accessible from the M25 and M23 motorways, Brighton is an ideal choice for a short break by the sea. The Royal Pavilion In 1823, King George IV had the Royal Pavilion built to entertain fashionable Reg