The best reason to visit Singleton is the world leading Weald and Downland Museum which is based around an impressive number of ancient buildings which have been dismantled, transported to the museum and rebuilt.
The Weald and Downland Museum was laid out on an attractive site immediately to the west of Singleton and relies heavily on volunteer helpers - this helps to give the museum a friendly feel and is one of the many reasons why Singleton should be on the itinerary of any visitor to West Sussex.
Levin Down Nature ReserveThe lumpy and slightly barren looking hill to the north of the village is called Levin Down.
While Levin Down may not be much to look at from a distance, itís actually a small but important Nature Reserve, which is run by the Sussex Wildlife Trust.
The key to the special environment at Levin Down is the scrubland alongside the chalk grassland. Wild flowers like clustered bellflower like the chalky scrubland and this in turn makes Levin Down the home of some unusual butterflies and insects.
Itís a steep walk to the top of Levin Down, but not a long one, and the views towards Goodwood Racecourse and along the Lavant Valley are worth the effort.
Read more about Levin Down Nature Reserve here.
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