The best places to see bluebells in Sussex in spring

The Arlington Bluebell Walk attracts thousands of visitors each April and May. You have the opportunity to explore different paths over the 23 hectares that lead rivers, wild garlic plants and even cows being milked along the vast beds of beautiful flowers at the foot of the hornbeam forest.

As well as spectacular views of glorious bluebells, there is a chance to meet some of the sheep, pigs and angora goats that make the farm their home. Adults 6 euros, children 2.50 euros.

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The Argus: Bluebells at Wakehurst (Photo by Jim Holden)Bluebells in Wakehurst (photo by Jim Holden) (Image: Jim Holden 07590 683036 01825 841157)

Where else to see bluebells:

Angmer forest – Continue strolling through a sea of ​​bluebells The Circular hike through the Angmeringer Forest

Brede Hochwald – This open heather area between Battle and Rye hosts a bluebell show every spring.

Ebernoe Common and The Mens – Near Petworth you can see Bluebells on Ebernoe Common and near The Mens this year.

Flatrop wood – The forest in this area near Peasmarsh turns purple every spring when bluebells bloom.

Marlin Valley – Marlien Valley, a popular woodland area near Hastings, is a great place to spot spring flowers.

nymans – This National Trust site near Haywards Heath is stunning in Spring with celandine, wood anemone, violets and bluebells.

Selwyns Wood – This nature reserve near Heathfield is a wonderful place for a spring walk.

Stand – Standen, another National Trust site, is a great spot for a bluebell walk. The flowers cover around 20 hectares of the property.

wakehurst – Bethlehem Wood is not only dotted about the woods in areas like Westwood Valley and Horsebridge Wood, but a magnificent swarm of blooms that will soon cast a magical blue haze across the landscape.

forest mill – Observe bluebells at this nature reserve near Henfield. The best places to see bluebells in Sussex in spring

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