Your Exclusive Offers this Winter
Step Back in Time...
... and immerse yourself in our town and the surrounding area which is steeped in fascinating history! From smugglers to Norman invaders, Bronze Age settlers to First World War soldiers, you can spend days here discovering all of Eastbourne's hidden history.
Whether you want to delve into its past or simply enjoy some beautiful scenery, there's plenty for you to visit.
3 for 2 at the Hydro Hotel
Can't wait for your visit? Book online now with this fantastic exclusive offer at the Hydro Hotel. Enjoy 3 nights for the price of 2, plus discounted entry to Michelham Priory, Historic House & Gardens, at just £10 for 2 people (subject to dates/opening times).
Why we love this offer!
Clifftop views, croquet and Art Deco features make this a stunning Agatha Christie-esque location.
A visit to the magnificent Michelham Priory, reveals England's longest water filled moat - perfect for leisurely Winter walks.
More Heritage to Discover in Eastbourne...
The dramatic 530 feet high cliffs of Beachy Head give stunning views over Eastbourne and the English Channel.
Towner, the contemporary art museum, is Eastbourne's new art gallery and centre for the visual arts in the South East.
Bateman’s is the 17th century home of The Jungle Book author Rudyard Kipling. The rooms are much as he left them with his Rolls Royce in the garage, a watermill at the bottom of the garden & a 300 acre estate to explore.
Visit us in the heart of South East to enjoy a wonderful ride through the High Weald countryside. Experience the nostalgic and memorable sights, sounds and smells of a working heritage railway.
Award winning Drusillas Park offers a fun-tastic family day out that includes the best small zoo in Europe where you’ll come face to face with hundreds of exotic animals from monkeys and meerkats to penguins and pandas.
Award winning garden rich in history and fine plants with intimate garden 'rooms'. Magical woodland and parkland with superb views across the Sussex Weald. Ideal for a great family day out.
Napoleonic fortress, one of several in Eastbourne and part of the unique historic defences along the Sussex coast.
The Enterprise Centre is one of the most exciting places to shop in Sussex! 58 fascinating businesses from fish to flowers all under one big glass roof - with parking.
The Downs around Eastbourne are recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The dramatic 530 feet high cliffs of Beachy Head give stunning views over the Eastbourne and the English Channel.
As the only Enjoy England Quality Assured Visitors Attraction in Sussex offering boat trips, our guided voyages are suitable for all ages and depart from Sovereign Harbour Marina in Eastbourne.
Originally Tudor, Firle Place is the home of the Gage family and has been for over 500 years.
This beautifully laid out garden is perched on the top of the cliff overlooking the sea. 18 hole putting course, lawn bowls, petanque and deckchairs available.
Stand where, according to legend, King Harold was struck in the eye by an arrow and the course of English history changed forever.
Offering the perfect family day out, there is so much to explore at Newhaven Fort, including the vast, echoing tunnels built into the chalk cliffs.
Learn to create beautiful works of art in a variety of mediums. Find your artistic talent and make new friends in a relaxed, creative environment at The Drawing Room, a compact, well-equipped studio space in Old Town, Eastbourne.
The Birley Centre opened in September 2011 and offers a versatile space for a variety of performing arts activities including concerts, conferences, dance, exhibitions, gigs, master classes and workshops.
A Roman fortress built in 4thC as a defence against Saxon pirates, includes fine west gate. Norman castle built within Roman walls contains remains of unusual keep. Tudor gun. Exhibition..
There are 7 interesting walks over three working farms, plus a 23 acre Bluebell Wood. One walk is specifically designed for those who have walking difficulties.
Cuckmere Cycle Route
The mysterious guardian of the South Downs has baffled historians and archaeologists for years. It is signposted from the A27, between Eastbourne and Polegate and located south of the village of Wilmington.
Eastbourne Pier has a variety of shops, a chippy, cafe, tea rooms, Atlantis nightclub, fishing and fantastic views of the English Channel.
More great offers this Winter
Quench & Revive
2 night wine tasting breaks from just £142 per person, including 1 day wine tour and lunch in Sussex.
2 nights for the price of 1, vintage teas and theatre ticket discounts.