Days Out And Attractions in Eastbourne

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Days Out And Attractions in Eastbourne
Beachy Head
Beachy Head offers Eastbourne historic walking areas, geologic formations and valleys along with exception views of Eastbourne.
John Johnson said
Brilliant 👏
Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters
Spending time at Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters for a day out is a great way to relax and enjoy the natural beauty.
leonie C said
Usually gets very busy. Lovely views, very dangerous cliffs, they crumble without warning.
Sovereign Harbour Marina
Sovereign Harbour is a development of the beachland in the seaside resort of Eastbourne, to the east of the town centre. Opened in 1993 and formerly known as The Crumbles, the marina now consists of five separate harbours, a retail park and several housing projects with both permanent and holiday properties.
Hamish Duffy said
Lots of little boats and middle class elderly people strutting around showing off their knees. Waters a bit mucky but you would be too with all those well off chaps and ladies noncing about on your surface.
Eastbourne Pier
A firm favourite with visitors to Eastbourne when visiting the sunshine coast. Take a stroll down Eastbourne Pire and breath in the beautiful coastline.
Diane Moorali said
Thoroughly enjoyed the walk around the pier. It has changed o much over the years, especially due to the fire that destroyed the Blue Room but they have done it out well. Looking forward to seeing it again end of year.
Knockhatch Adventure Park
Days out in Eastbourne for family fun at Knockhatch Adventure Park. With so much going on you will want to return again and again!
Kimberley Beal said
Always an amazing day out here. So much to do, even while the indoor areas are closed due to current restrictions you could easily fill a whole day here.
Michelham Priory
Michelham Priory is the site of a former Augustine Priory in Upper Dicker, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom. The surviving buildings are owned and administered by the Sussex Archaeological Society and are Grade I and Grade II listed.
Dave Legg said
Garden's are quiet and contemplative.
The Story of Eastbourne
Curious about the history of Eastbourne? Follow the timeline of events that made Eastbourne the town it is today!
stagey said
My first visit. Lovley place to learn about the history of Eastbourne and see some wonderful archives. Excellent for children with quizzes around. The assistant was very helpful when I asked about material for my Phd giving me her email for furhter information. Especially liked the hat collection for selfies. Great collection of small gifts within lower price range.
Airbourne, Eastbourne International Airshow
Is it a bird, is it a plane? In short YES! Look up to the skies but beware the seagulls! The aerial displays are outstanding and you might just meet some of the pilots at the Meet and Greet zones.
Chris Mackouly said
Excellent Airshow would highly recommend. Have been going for at least the last 10 years, plenty to keep everyone entertained and the flight displays are amazing at the best location possible! IMO
Pevensey Castle
Visit Pevensey Castle where William the Conqueror landed in 1066. It is from here that William marched on Hastings and Battle. One of Britain’s oldest and most important strongholds, discover its roman origins, medieval dungeons and role in World War II.
MyWhiteCat said
Excellent castle and enjoyable walk round. The English Heritage lady was friendly and helpful. Unique history well explained. Good views and nice setting. A must do if you are in the area.
Drusillas Park
Drusillas Park attracts between 350,000 and 370,000 visitors per year and is home to the first Hello Kitty-themed attraction in Europe.
Alex B said
Great Day with my 2 year's daughter who enjoyed the playground , the slides , the little train and the zoo.
Eastbourne Bandstand
The Busiest Bandstand in the UK offering a variety of live musical entertainment with over 140 events each year; from Tribute Shows to 1812 Firework concerts to kids entertainment. That is why the Bandstand is one of the biggest draws to the Eastbourne seafront!
Peter Kerr said
No comment
Towner Art Gallery
The Towner Gallery is home to some outstanding art and you are welcome to browse at your leisure. Donations are welcome to keep this gallery open to the public bringing culture to Eastbourne.
Sally-Anne Butler said
A brilliant local gallery with a fantastic collection store, amazing national and international exhibitions, school holiday activities for all the family, and a lovelycafé/restaurant with balcony, and views over the Devonshire Park International Tennis Centre. Lovely friendly staff and volunteers, and even a cinema. Can't wait for the gallery to reopen in May!
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