Probably the best of the architecture in East Sussex can be seen in Brighton. The Royal Pavilion is an incredible building and a must see during East Sussex holidays.
Once a palace belonging to The Prince Regent, The Royal Pavilion was transformed into the building you see today by John Nash in around 1815.
The other famous landmark in Brighton is The Pier. Brighton has had a tumultuous relationship with its piers. The original Chain Pier stood until 1896 and only the stumps which were once the base of this construction are now visible.
The West Pier was destroyed by fire in 2003 and plans to restore the pier are on-going. The Palace Pier, now simply called Brighton Pier, is the only undamaged Pier in Brighton.
This pier is a beautifully constructed piece of architecture and its bars, restaurants and market stalls make it well worth exploring.
Visit the ruins and remains, as well as the working pier, to get a good understanding of these amazing constructions.
Full Throttle Boat Charters - Rye Harbour is a picturesque port on the East Sussex / Kent border. Full Throttle Boat Charters is based here. Chosen because of ease of use of the slipway and the un-crowded waters of Rye Bay.
Spend a day during the summer holidays, with a thrilling boat ride around this beautiful coastline.
Sussex Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation organisation covering Brighton and Hove, East and West Sussex. Sussex Wildlife Trust looks after over 3000 acres of downland, woodland, wetland and heath.
Our work also includes environmental education, working with land owners, companies and local communities to conserve Sussex.
Spend a relaxing UK holiday, observing the wildlife of East Sussex.