Selsey Seal Art Trail Selsey High Street, England, PO20 0QL

discover the Selsey seal trail in the fishing town of Selsey, West Sussex uncovering the stories of Selsey along the way

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Follow the Seals!

In the seaside town of Selsey, follow the trail made up of special seal signposts. Each seal has its very own QR code, which when scanned allows you to discover more about Selsey’s heritage and of course its wildlife. Along the way you’ll explore each seal, with their unique Selsey-themed designs by art students from Chichester College and finish armed with a wealth of knowledge about the town – from its fishing heritage to its famous dark skies.

 

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You can discover more things to do in Selsey here from enjoying the long stretches of sunny shoreline, and witnessing its abundant wildlife to exploring the quirky railway carriage homes – and of course, you can’t visit Selsey without indulging in some world-famous Selsey crab. Find out more about where you can sample the seafood here.

 

Images courtesy Destination Selsey/Chichester College

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