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National Rail | station code EBN

East Sussex Offers & Links

Eastbourne is an elegant seaside resort with a three mile seafront, a pier and a bandstand. It has a wide variety of hotels, guesthouses and other accomodation. Eastbourne PlusBus tickets are valid within the local urban area, including buses to Pevensey and Polegate.

Eastbourne makes a good base for exploring East Sussex. Buses run over the South Downs to Seaford and Newhaven. Trains head east to Pevensey & Westham, Bexhill, Hastings and Rye; a change of train at St Leonards Warrior Square will take you to Battle (site of the 1066 Battle of Hastings). Trains head west to Berwick (for the picturesque village of Alfriston), Glynde, Lewes and Brighton. You can visit the West Sussex gardens of Nymans, Wakehurst Place and Sheffield Park, also the Bluebell Railway, by train to Haywards Heath and then a bus. |

TI Compton Street. Tel. 01323 415415.


Eastbourne Heritage Centre ½ mile

A fine example of Victorian architecture housing maps, pictures and artefacts illustrating the development of Eastbourne from small villages to the 'Empress of Watering Places'.
Open Sat 1000-1600, Sun 1400-1700.

Towner Art Gallery ½ mile

A modern gallery presenting major exhibitions of UK and international contemporary art. Large collection of modern British art. Café bar.
Open TWThFSSu & BH 1000-1700.

RNLI Lifeboat Museum ¾ mile

The history of Eastbourne's Lifeboats from 1853 onwards in the old lifeboat house. Collection of lifeboat models.
Open closed until further notice.

Redoubt Fortress & Military Museum 1 mile

The Napoleonic Redoubt Fortress houses a military museum which covers 300 years of conflict on land, sea and in the air. Events and exhibitions programme.
Open closed until further notice.

Eastbourne attractions map
National Trust Holidays
National Trust Holidays
National Trust Holidays

Seven Sisters Country Park by bus

A country park named after the famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs of the South Downs. Walks beside the meanders of the River Cuckmere to the coast. The visitor centre in an 18th century barn has information and displays on the Park.
Open Park open at all times. Visitor Centre see website.
Bus 12/12A/12X from Gildredge Road (near station) to opposite Visitor Centre, about 20 minutes journey, M-S 6 per hour, Sun & BH: 4 per hour. Operated by Brighton & Hove. Buses also operate from Berwick and Seaford.