Days Out And Attractions in Eastbourne

Find the best Days Out And Attractions in Eastbourne as recommended by local Eastbourne people in thebestof Eastbourne's Days Out And Attractions directory.
Days Out And Attractions in Eastbourne
Eastbourne Seafront Soapbox Race
NEW to the Eastbourne event calendar but already having entrants capped at 60 due to popular demand! This event will be one to watch and no doubt will grow even further in popularity in years to come.
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.
Serena Wilson said
dear airshow is airplanes coming to Eastbourne
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!
Victoria Bryan said
What a fab night out! Nice bar, great entertainment, lots of singing and dancing. Will make a special trip to Eastbourne just for the bandstand
Magnificent Motors
For car lovers far and wide in Sussex, Magnificent Motors is your time to show off your classic car. For visitors, you will be impressed with the variety of vehicles on display for your pleasure.
Judith B said
A superb display of all sorts of vehicles across all ages and manufacturers. From kit, custom, vintage, classic, sports, luxury, vans, campers and lots more there is something for everyone. I have to say the food vans were of a very high standard and not just burgers to choose from. (spotlessly clean too).
Gildredge Park & Manor Gardens
There are many days out and attractions in Eastbourne offering fun for the whole family and Gildredge Park and Manor Gardens is one. Free admission, accessible and dog friendly, the park and gardens has something for everyone.
Matthew Brown said
Great open space
Princes Park
Princes Park is a large public space located one mile east of Eastbourne Town Centre. In the park is a bowling green, putting green, a boating lake as well
Jason Payne said
Beachy Head
Beachy Head offers Eastbourne historic walking areas, geologic formations and valleys along with exception views of Eastbourne.
Edwin F said
Five of us went to Beachy Head to walk and see the views. Sunny but very windy. Parking is expensive for an extended visit.
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.
David Trangmar said
Great art gallery, cafe and shop.
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.
Matthew Cosgrove said
A great history - Roman and Norman. Well worth a visit. The castle is still imposing. Good walk around the perimeter of the castle too.
Beach Life Festival
Get along to Eastbourne Beachlife for the VW Bus Stop Tour, Skate Park, Roller Derby, a funfair and more.
Georgina K said
I don't get to see much of the whole beach life, but the extreme roller derby brings in a large crowd of skaters and spectators to the whole event. It was anouther great success this year.
With adult and jouinor tournaments running.
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.
Bob Daniels said
Great place for walking on the cliffs or on the beach - there are stairs down to the beach. Great NT café too
Motcombe Gardens
About. A compact garden with a pond that is the source of the Bourne Stream from which Eastbourne derives its name.
Sandy Gray said
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.
Dave Monk said
Lovely well worth a visit
Holywell Retreat
Making your way along from the Western Lawns of Eastbourne you can continue your exploration of Holywell for some impressive views.
Richie Warwick said
Hampden Park
Take your time to enjoy all Hampden Park has to offer, plenty to take your mind of the busy world here and just have a lazy day.
Never underestimate the beauty and richness of the best park in the town. It has so much more than playing fields, the lake and a cafe, albeit that all of those are well worth the visit. Go for a walk through the woods around the outside of the park, especially in the spring. Wild and full of green and glory! So many rivulets and bridges, beautiful flower beds in the more tended areas. Little hideaways too,. it's all quite magical. Go slightly off the beaten track for the best finds!
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.
Flourescent said
Lovely pier with lots to see.
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