Arena Pursuits is The leading outdoor pursuits company in the South East of England, providing a huge variety of Corporate Entertainment, Team Building & Training activities for businesses as well as challenging and exciting activities for adult groups, stag do's, Hen Parties plus events and parties for families, children, teenagers and schools.
Pashley Manor is a quintessential English Garden located on the Susses and Kent border in the heart of South East England's garden country. Pashley offers a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative plantings and fine old trees, fountains, springs and large ponds.
Bedgebury Forest is ideal for cycling, riding, adventure play and Go Ape. Visit the National Pinetum, the world's finest Conifer collection, perfect for walks and picnics. Safe, healthy outdoor fun for all ages and abilities. Open all year and great value for money, Bedgebury is the place to visit on the Kent/Sussex border.
Bewl Water is a reservoir in the valley of the River Bewl ( which is a tributary of the River Teise), straddling the boundary between Kent and East Sussex. Many recreational activites are available such as Sailing, Windsurfing, Rowing, Trout Fishing, Cycling and Walking.
The Hop Farm Family Park is packed full of attractions for the children and fabulous places to eat and drink. Attractions include our ever-popular Giant Jumping Pillows, Driving School, Magic Castle, Outdoor Adventure Play Area, Childrens Rides and live shows and discos from our entertainment team in the Big Red Barn! The Animal Farm features donkeys, horses and plenty of cuddly creatures to get close to.
Blue Reef Aquarium Hastings offers visitors a dazzling undersea safari through the oceans of the world. From hidden world of UK waters, Blue Reef transports visitors to the spectacular 'underwater gardens) of the Mediterranean and the stunning beauty of tropical waters home to everything from Seahorses and Puffer Fish to Living Corals and Sharks.
St Clements Caves are located on the West Hill in Hastings, East Sussex. The caves were named after a nearby parish church and since 1989 are home to the "Smugglers Adventure" tourist attraction which tells the story of smuggling on the South Coast of England 200 years ago.