South Downs - People, Place & Produce

South Downs National Park

The experience

Get in to the heart of the South Downs and experience its beautiful and iconic scenery, from green rolling hills to majestic white cliffs. Meet the people and producers who live and work within the national park and find out why the chalk land is so special. Enjoy a cider tutorial at Middle Farm, home of the national cider collection, and take a brewery tour and tasting at the picturesque Longman Brewery before getting cosy in a traditional country pub for lunch. End the day taking in the stunning views of the rippling chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters.

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Brighton and Beyond Tours

  • Stunning views, including the White Cliffs of the Seven Sisters, Devils Dyke and the Long Man of Wilmington
  • Cider tutorial at Middle Farm, brewery tour and tasting at Longman Brewery
  • Delicious traditional pub lunch at the Plough & Harrow

The detail

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7.5 hours

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Group size

Up to 16 people

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Cost per person

£90 per person

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Fitness level

Low - Moderate. 45 min walk.

Parking Facilities

Yes at a cost of £13.50 per day.

Refreshments and meals

Bottled water and lunch provided.

Special equipment needed

Sensible footwear recommended.


Thursday & Saturday, all year round.

Accessibility considerations and facilities

Not accessible for wheelchair users.


Basic English required to fully appreciate the tour.

Group information

  • Tour operator rate
  • Ad hoc group rate
  • Tour series rate
South Downs

South Downs National Park

Known as the ‘gateway to England’, this landscape of rolling hills, ancient woodland and picture perfect villages holds the secrets of thousands of years of settlement from prehistory to Caesar’s conquering forces.