The Seven Sisters sheep centre, is housed in an historic 17th Century flint barn in the South Downs National Park close to Beachy Head and in an ideal position to enjoy a spectacular cliff top view either before or after your visit.
This is a family run farm which specialises in sheep breeding, with over 40 different breeds, as well as a host of other farm animals which includes pigs, goats, rabbits and chickenss. In this child-friendly day out, visitors can feed the animals, see lambs and observe sheep being shorn and milked. They can also watch wool being spun and learn about cheese making.
Parking is available on site and the farm is wheelchair accessible, with toilets and a picnic area available.
Admission is £5 for adults and £4 for children.
Seven Sisters Sheep Centre
Telephone / Fax: 01323 42330