Eastbourne, Sussex

Eastbourne Postcard

The beaches at Eastbourne stretch for miles all the way to Beachy Head with its classic lighthouse. There are 5 miles of promenade to explore with stunning gardens, Napoleonic Towers and the smart Victorian Pier. Beach huts, sun shields and mattresses are available to hire.

The famous bandstand with its blue roof and gold finial has a full programme of concerts throughout the Summer.

Eastbourne also has a traditional seaside pier.

Eastbourne's Local Attractions

What Seaside Break would be complete without a boat trip? Eastbourne boasts some of the most dramatic coast line in the South and the best place to appreciate it is from the deck of a cruise boat.

The Bandstand at Eastbourne has a long history of providing a variety of musical entertainment for visitors to the south coast of England.

Re-live the golden age of steam and ride on the 1/8 scale miniature railway as it meanders for a mile through the adventure park where afterwards you can enjoy a pleasant stroll around the five-acre lake.

An adventure park with action packed rides including a run-away train roller coaster, Rocky's indoor adventure land, American Adventure golf, Western train ride, a giant six lane slide, motor trikes, Go-karts, a bat ride, plus fun roundabouts for the very young.

Housed in the barrack rooms of the large Napoleonic fortress the Military Museum of Sussex at Eastbourne has grown into one of the largest museums of its kind in the country.

This family adventure park features an adventure playground, a paddling pool, a sandy beach, themed miniature golf and more.

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