Seven Sisters Sheep Centre

With more than fifty different breeds of sheep, the Seven Sisters Sheep Centre has the largest private collection of sheep in the world. With many older breeds no longer seen on modern farms, there is a good range of coloured fleeces for home spinners.

Come and help feed the lambs, meet the animals and take a tractor trailer ride. Learn about our agricultural heritage and the history of sheep on the South Downs. You can relax and enjoy refreshments in the Hayrack Tea Room which serves delicious homemade snacks and cakes, including real Sussex cream teas. Alternatively bring a picnic to enjoy in our picnic and play area.

You will find all the other farmyard favourites here too, tame enough to touch and feed. With outdoor and undercover areas all easily reached from paved walkways, the Sheep Centre is a must for all animal lovers, whatever the weather.

You can follow the shepherding year by visiting in the spring to watch the lambs being born and then come back in the summer to see the daily demonstrations of sheep shearing, sheep milking and spinning.

This authentic family run farm, housed in an historic and picturesque 17th Century Sussex flint barn gives visitors a rare chance to experience a real working farm.

Visit the Seven Sisters Sheep Centre website.

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