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Devil's Dyke

According to legend, the Dyke was dug in chalk by the Devil who so disliked the Sussex piety that he hoped the sea would rush in and submerge the churches of the Weald. He was frightened by a Sussex peasant woman carrying a candle, thought it was the rising sun, and never completed the work. Car-park, pub and restaurant, panoramic views.
Devil's Dyke Road, Brighton, 1273 83 4830 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Devil's Dyke

St Ann's Well Gardens

These gardens are situated in Hove, although within easy reach of Brighton either by bus, car or on foot. From the Brighton/Hove seafront boundary the gardens are a short walk directly northwards. It is a very popular small park, with a children's playground, a cafe in the summer, tennis courts and a bowling green.
Somerhill Rd, Brighton, - More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

St Ann's Well Gardens

Kipling Gardens

The Kipling Gardens were named after the author and poet Rudyard Kipling who lived in the house attached to the gardens from 1897 until 1902. Although the gardens became derelict and remained so for many years, in 1986 they were formally opened and presented to Brighton Borough Council to be held in trust by the Borough. Visitors can relax in these quiet, peaceful and secluded gardens and enjoy the Rose Garden, the Herb Garden and the Wild Garden (where there are tables for picnickers).
The Greem, Brighton, - More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Kipling Gardens

The Level

The Level is a small green area to the north east of the town centre, linking the main London and Lewes Roads and is therefore a busy thoroughfare. The Levels were once open fields where fishermen could safely spread their nets, and are now edged by the remains of a double avenue of Elm trees - unfortunately many of these trees were destroyed by the hurricane of 1987. There is a children's playground and, in the summer, a cafe and paddling pool.
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The Level

Withdean Park

Withdean Park is a stroll northwards from Preston Park and covers 38 acres. It is famous for its extensive collection of lilacs, reputed to be the largest outside that at the Arnold Arboretum in America. There is a bog-garden with two lily-ponds laid out in a natural bowl near the south-western corner.
London Road/Peacock Lane, Brighton, More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Withdean Park

Preston Park

Preston Park is probably the most well-known park in Brighton bring situated on the London Road and an important landmark for visitors travelling into Brighton from the north. There are 63 acres of parkland incorporating beautiful bedding schemes which can be seen from the main road. There is also a formal rose garden, six bowling greens and 12 tennis courts in the park, plus a children's playground, a croquet lawn, a garden for the blind and a small pond with stepping stones.
London Road, Brighton, - More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Preston Park

Wild Park

This is a sheltered, downland valley situated approximately two miles from Brighton town centre, off the A270 Lewes Road. It contains areas of woodland, shrub and chalk grassland and provides a home for an abundance of wildlife. There is an interesting nature trail throughout the Wild Park.
Moulsecoomb, Brighton, - More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Wild Park

Hove Park

A popular, family park in the heart of Hove, off the A270 Old Shoreham Road. Home to rugby and football matches in the winter and popular for bowls and tennis in the summer. There is a cafe and a very popular children's playground and a miniature railway operating on certain days in the year (see Hove Miniature Railway).
Parkview Road, Brighton, (01273) 727003 More Info | Submit Review | Submit Listings

Hove Park

Queen's Park

Queens Park is the most central park in Brighton, within easy walking distance of the town and the seafront. The Park has something for everyone: children can enjoy feeding the ducks on the pond or playing in the playground or sandpit; families can relax at the cafe or picnic in the summer under the trees; or, for the more energetic, there are four tennis courts and a bowling green.
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Queen's Park

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