From piers to castles and country parks to museums, we look at some of the family-friendly places to visit
1. Arundel Park
This old deer park on the chalk of the South Downs has an ancient artificial lake, Swanbourne Lake. The site is described by Natural England as one of the most important sites in the country for invertebrates
Visitors can also see the folly - Hiorne Tower.
2. Petworth House and Park
The property is owned by the National Trust,
Step inside the imposing 17th-century mansion and discover a treasure house filled with an internationally important art and sculpture collection.
The Deer Park is free to enter but you will be required to pay or show National Trust membership if you enter the park gates beside the house to enter the Pleasure Grounds.
Photo: National Trust
3. Weald and Downland Museum
The Weald & Downland Living Museum – a hidden gem in Chichester - is quintessentially British in a picture perfect setting. The museum is those who want to see, touch and even smell what life was really like for people living in years gone by. Admission charges apply.
4. Cissbury RIng
Cissbury Ring is a Sussex landmark on the South Downs. It is treasured for its beauty, its history and its views.
Admission is free.