These included Wakehurst (104); Sheffield Park (105), Bodiam Castle (138), Battle Abbey (160) and WWT Arundel (170).
Interestingly, no attractions in Brighton made the list, let alone popular tourist attractions such as Arundel Castle, Drusillas Park, Fishers Farm in Wisborough Green, the Bluebell Railway, or Pooh Corner in Hartfield.
With it being English Tourism Week (March 25- April 2), we want to know which attractions you would take visitors to in Sussex.
Perhaps it is a well-known tourist venue or perhaps you know of a hidden gem.
Please email your suggestions to [email protected]
Once we have all your suggestions we will then compile the ultimate list of places to visit.
According to the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions, overall, the UK saw an average increase of 7.2 per cent on 2015’s visitor numbers to UK attractions.
Scottish attractions had the greatest increase of 15.6 per cent growth. Overall 129,948,728 visits were made to the top 241 ALVA sites in the UK.
For more information about English Tourism Week, visit www.visitengland.com/english-tourism-week