Come & discover the ancient Bluebell woodland nature trail
The wood parkland and waterside walks of the Nature Trail hold Conservation Awards from the South of England Agricultural Society and Lewes Chamber of Commerce and have featured many times in BBC TV programmes.
As you make your way around the trail there is much of interest - from an ancient Bloomery (probably Roman) to a "Millenium" water wheel. An old pack horse bridge, a 300 year old dam badger sets and foxes' earths. And don't forget the wallabies with their joeys lazing in the sun or hopping around.
Opening & Tickets
The Nature Trail is open most of the year dependant on the weather.
Tickets are available from various places during opening hours, such as the Tea Rooms, Granny's Ice Cream Parlour or the Kiosk.
£5 per adult.
£2.50 per Child aged 5 to 16 years
£12.00 Family ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children, 5 to 16 years of age)
Children under 5 are Free
You can purchase a small bag of food and enjoy feeding our numerous carp in the large ponds on the trail. They will often come close to feed on the treats.
All well behaved dogs are welcome, as long as they are kept on a lead at all times.