The Southeast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Southeast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Victoria Lounge at the Grand Brighton

  • Hotel–Sight

Afternoon tea at this elegant hotel is a local tradition. Dress up to fit in. ...

Volk's Electric Railway

  • Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

Built by inventor Magnus Volk in 1883, this was the first public electric railroad in Britain. In summer you can take the 1¼-mile trip...

Walmer Castle and Gardens

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

Another of Henry VIII's coastal fortifications, this castle was converted in 1708 into a residence for the Lord Warden of the Cinque...

Watts Gallery and Memorial Chapel

  • Museum/Gallery

An extraordinary small museum that's often overlooked, Watts Gallery was built in tiny Compton in 1904 by the late-19th-century artist...

Waverley Abbey

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

One of the oldest Cistercian abbeys in England, this was an important center of monastic power from 1128 until Henry VIII's dissolution...

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

On the outskirts of Singleton, a secluded village 5 miles north of Chichester, is this excellent museum, a sanctuary for historical buildings...

White Cliffs

  • Geological Site

Plunging hundreds of feet into the sea, Dover's chalk-white cliffs are an inspirational site and considered an iconic symbol of England.

Winchelsea

  • Town/Village

Like Rye, Winchelsea perches prettily atop its own small hill amid rolling farmland. Look for the splendid (though damaged) church built...

Wisley

  • Garden/Arboretum

In a nation of gardeners and garden goers, Wisley is the Royal Horticultural Society's innovative and inspirational 240-acre showpiece.

Ypres Tower

  • Building/Architectural Site

Down the hill past Church Square, Ypres Tower (pronounced "Wipers" by locals) was originally built as part of the town's fortifications...

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