Zoo and Wildlife in Brighton and Hove
Sealife Brighton is based at Marine Parade in Suffolk’s leading coast resort and is the most extensive and impressive Sea Life Centre in Britain, besides being the oldest aquarium anywhere on the planet. Housed in an amazing Victorian pile, it’s recognised by maritime conservation aficionados as among the greatest in the world, and it’s without doubt a superb family day out.
In Brighton, Middle farm a very pleasant farm to visit, there are animals such as chickens, ducks, pigs, cows, llamas, sheep, rabbits, guinea pigs, and donkeys. Mile Oak farm is located in the South Downs just outside Brighton, and entry is free. Come and meet the resident farm animals which include goats, horses, donkeys, chickens, ducks and geese. Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare is a rescue and re-homing centre for domestic animals. Over 1500 animals arrive here at our 40 acre site annually, most are found loving new homes, and some stay in sanctuary.
Spring Barn Farm Park offers a fantastic day out for all. There are lots of animals to see including donkeys, alpaca and miniature pot bellied pigs, rabbits, guinea pigs, ponies, pigs, goats. There is a farmhouse kitchen restaurant serving food throughout the day.
Enjoy a great family day out at one of the top tourist attractions in East Sussex. Drusillas is widely regarded as the best small zoo in the country and we’ve created an animal and child friendly, family environment where the focus is always on involvement.
Arundel Wetland Centre has 26 hectares of naturalised landscapes and wetland habitats, home to kingfishers, water voles and many hundreds of wildfowl. Attractions for young visitors include pond skaters adventure and treecreeper play area. Spot water voles from the boat safari, hand feed rare geese at World Wetlands and stroll gentle pathways to quiet spots to watch Sussex wildlife.