This gentle walking tour of Eastbourne starts at the Bandstand on the middle prom. The tour is suitable for all ages and last for one and a half hours with 12 stopping points of interest along the 1 mile route.
Join the tour to discover the town’s heritage and unearth interesting facts about key landmarks in the seaside destination. Learn more about the history of seafront hotels, discover what happened to the Pier during World War Two, the location of a disused air raid shelter and find out why crabs walk sideways!
The licensed sight-seeing guide and history enthusiast will lead two walking tours every Sunday from 29 May until 25 September, at 11am and 3pm in which visitors can go on a 90 minute journey along the seafront, Devonshire Park and the town centre, following a flat easy path.
Each walk is just over one mile and the main stopping points include; the Bandstand, Burlington Hotel, the Pier, Elms Avenue, Terminus Road, Old house of Dr. John Bodkin Adams, War Memorial roundabout, Devonshire Park Theatre, Winter Garden, Devonshire Mansions, Wish Tower slopes and the Cavendish Hotel.
The tours can be booked in advance from the Tourist Information Centre and Seafront Office or turn up and pay as they go.
Tours available from Easter Sunday to the end of September on the following days and times: