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I couldn't recommend more a visit to Seven Sisters and the Birling Gap.
Really great place for a walk, canoeing, photo shooting, relax and enjoy.
Be it a solo visit, in family or bigger groups, you will find loads of things to do always with...More
A spectacular place , undulating white cliffs beside a silvery sea . We. clambered down to the beach and found several interesting fossils including spherical fossilised sponges ! We visited the National Trust shop and very educational information centre . Sadly there has been a...More
What a lovely place to wander in any weather , a path for those who want it or grass for those who do not. Look out for sheep droppings on the grass though , dogs can run off lead here if your respectfull of the...More
Impressive looking down and looking up. Many visitors from all over the world. The sun shone and it was very busy with children enjoying the sea and dogs swimming/fetching balls and sticks. Be aware of cliff falls!
Any walk along the Seven Sisters is going to be beautiful and add that to some late summer sunshine and it is wonderful. The Birling Gap visitor Centre is very interesting with a volunteer on hand to answer questions on the natural environment. There were...More
We visited on a Friday. Car park was a decent size but you need to scan your membership card to obtain a ticket. Interesting visitor centre joined to a shop and cafe. The cafe was large and very busy. Plenty of seating outside to enjoy...More
The more time you can spend walking along the cliffs and through the down the better. The views are breathtaking on a clear day. At low tide spend time beach combing for fossils and wildlife. There is a very good beachcombers guide available in the...More
very impressed with the small visitors centre which included photos/video of the collapsing cliff.
free car park.
Cliff walk /views well worth the time.
A line of old cottages has progressively been falling over the edge, interesting to see the history of this in the...More