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Eagles, falcons, owls and an Andean condor, plus flying demonstrations and information.
One of England's oldest family estates, dating back to the time of Domesday. The World Garden combines plant heritage with cutting-edge horticulture.
Roman ruins featuring mosaics and prints on rare wall paintings and a heated bath-suite.
commemorating the Battle of Britain and the air war over Britain during World War Two. The exhibition features a large collection of relics from excavated Luftwaffe and RAF aircraft, along with Home Front memorabilia.
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Perfect for those passionate about aromatherapy, scented candles or even keen to learn a new skill - there’s candle making classes! Wild Planet is part of a restored Victorian dairy surrounded by the beautiful Garden of England. It’s an inspirational place where artists, potters & photographers co-exist in the amazing space that is The Quadrangle. It’s a treasure and whether you need to revive or restore, Wild Planet has just the blend for you.
Situated in the idyllic village of Shoreham, producing award-winning still and sparkling wines.
The Hop Shop at Castle Farm is a family-run farm shop set amongst spectacular fields of Lavender, which bloom purple every summer. It’s the largest Lavender farm in the UK, and they extract pure Kentish Lavender Oil on site.
The farm’s own beef, apples, apple juice, hop garlands, pumpkins, teas and honey are all sold through this unique, award-winning farm shop (and online), along with gifts, cards, seasonal decorations, food hampers and local, seasonal produce.