With warmer weather and longer days there is an abundance of wildlife to spot at our special places in and around East Sussex. From Bodiam's bats and bees to Scotney's herd, find out about your favourite critters this summer.
The Bateman’s estate is home to a host of different wildlife. From dormice to great crested newts and dragonflies to butterflies, our ranger looks after the habitats that help them all thrive.
Discover some of the secrets of the wildlife that inhabits the castle grounds this winter and take a closer look at our majestic oak trees that have withstood the test of time.
The estate at Scotney Castle in Kent offers an array of parkland and woodland with perfect picnic spots, hop gardens and a herd of Sussex cattle.
The estate has 460 acres of beautiful Wealden countryside. With plenty of space to explore, run around, walk the dog or cycle, our meadows are a great place to relax and spot wildlife.
Find out more about the incredible diversity of wildlife at Birling Gap and see how many you can spot
There's so much wildlife to spot on a visit to Sheffield Park and Garden. From birds to butterflies, dragonflies to eels, you’ll be spotting all sorts of wildlife when you come.
Our teams across the South East have put together these great downloadable walks for you and your family and friends to try.
Come and join us for a wander with your four-legged friend.
From the high culture of the art collection at Petworth, to an Arts and Crafts cosy home at Standen, you'll be amazed at the variety of houses and unusual buildings we look after in Sussex. There's even a castle for your budding knights in armour.