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Seven Sisters Sheep Centre
Ranked #1 of 2 things to do in East Dean
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Reviewed April 16, 2013

Such a lovely sweet place to take the family.
Its £6 to get in for adults and less for kids. Its only a little place but I spent hours there with the animals, also a café and gift shop where they sell products made from the sheep.
You can touch all the animals so a great place to take kids if there gentle :-)

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Reviewed April 13, 2013 via mobile

This place would only get one star from me, but as we went for the kids, I'll take their word for it that it was excellent! Expensive to get in (even paying for the two ye ar old) and the play area was woeful, but if you want to 'stroke-baby-lamb' then this a surely the place for you. Just remember to was your hands when you're done.

Thank dan149
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

Went with our 3 kids and Nan. 8th April got there in early afternoon, plenty of lambs, kids loved it and fed just about every sheep there, we didn't stay for the lamb feeding as it was too busy. Play park wasn't the main attraction but was a bit dismal and hasn't changed much in years, saw kids falling on the faulty stepping stones/logs as the last one tipped over when ever any one jumped on it. Tea room was a bit dark and dingy as well so we didn't stop there. Yes it's a rare sheep centre and it does what it says on the tin, plenty of sheep and lambs all happy to be fed and the feed was good at 3 bags for a £1. Plenty of parking and had a good kick footy around in the car park field. Sort of pricy to get in but I am tight and compared to other animal centres it is cheap so can't really complain.

Thank John D
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

what a very good attraction to see so many breeds of sheep didnt know we had so many very good as a learning school for children seeing lambs being born helpful people if any information needed i would reccomend this for a good reasonably priced attraction for familys also we only had a cream tea but good value for money,A well spent afternoon in delightful surroundings

Thank Pat D
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Reviewed March 20, 2013

Such a good find for a day out! And great value. Unbelievably cute sheep, nice cafe - a great way to spend a couple of hours. The lambing night event was amazing.

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