Things to do at Seven Sisters

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Following the latest Government advice, we have decided to close the visitor centre and toilets at the Seven Sisters Country Park, this is to protect public health and help restrict the spread of coronavirus.

This means that there are no toilets on the park. Please take that into account if you decide to visit.

The rest of the park and the car parks will remain open

When on the park please remember to:

  • Keep your dog under close control at all times and away from livestock and wildlife
  • Pick up after your dog Dog bin locations (opens new window)
  • Take your litter home
  • Stay away from the unstable cliff edges
  • Follow the site bye-laws and Countryside Code
  • Only fish at the beach, not on the meanders or riverbanks
  • Cycle only on the valley floor
  • Remember that fires and barbeques are not allowed anywhere on the park
  • Enjoy the flowers without picking any
  • Leave your tent at home as there’s no camping allowed on the park except for booked school groups

Other suggestions:

  • Walk to the beach along the easy access trail
  • Enjoy the stunning scenery, especially the great views from the top of the Seven Sisters cliffs and hillsides
  • Check out the great wildlife including wading birds on the beach and at the lagoon, flowers and butterflies on the hillsides, and the fascinating underwater world of the rockpools at low tide

A view of all the sisters:

If you would like to see the ‘classic’ view of the Seven Sisters then please download this document which gives details of how to get to Seaford Head. From there you can enjoy the sweeping views across to the sea to the Seven Sisters and Belle Tout lighthouse.

How to see the Seven Sisters (JPEG Image)

The classic view of the Seven Sisters
Seven Sisters Country Park