The Eastbourne Redoubt was built to keep Napoleon's armies out of Britain. It now invites you to discover more than 200 years of history within its walls, along with the largest military collection in the south east.
A 17th century sandstone house, surrounded by gardens, farmland and rolling hills. A place that was home to and loved by one of the nation's greatest writers. A place where you can feel the spirit of its owner, Rudyard Kipling.
Western Seafront, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 7XL, Tel: 01323 410611, Email, www.eastbourne.gov.uk/Sport_&_Recreation/Parks_&_Gardens/helen_gardens.asp
Helen Gardens situated on top of the cliffs overlooking the sea. 18 Hole Putting Course, Petanque, Bowls, Childrens Play Ground, Picnic area, etc
Shinewater, Eastbourne, BN23 8EJ, Tel: 01323 410000, www.eastbourne.gov.uk/Sport_&_Recreation/Parks_&_Gardens/shinewater_park.asp
Sports facilities are set on the eastern side of lakes and landscaping that have the character of a country park including distant views of the Downs.
Old Town, Eastbourne, BN20 8BB, Tel: 01323 410000, www.eastbourne.gov.uk/Sport_&_Recreation/Parks_&_Gardens/gildredge_park.asp
Gildredge Park has a large field for informal sports and recreation & the adjoining Manor Gardens forms a quieter area
High Street, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0AD, Tel: 01424 775 705, www.english-heritage.org.uk/1066
Experience the most famous date in English history and find out how the nation was changed forever in October 1066.
Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4JJ, Tel: 01323 415437, Email
The International Lawn Tennis Centre (ILTC) is a popular venue for meetings and small conferences. The ILTC also acts as a major fringe meeting and workshop venue for several large conferences.
Grand Parade, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 3AD, Tel: 01323 735970
Eastbourne's five mile seafront boasts beautiful beaches, three tier promenade, Victorian pier, Bandstand, Carpet Gardens, Western Lawns and lots of fantastic restaurants and attractions for all of the family.
Drusillas Park is widely regarded as the best small zoo in Europe and was voted 2010/2011 South East England’s Visitor Attraction of the Year. Enjoy a fun finding-out day out that includes Thomas the Tank Engine and brilliant play areas!
Hampden Park, Eastbourne, BN22 9QN, Tel: 01323 410000, www.eastbourne.gov.uk/Sport_&_Recreation/Parks_&_Gardens/hampden_park.asp
Hampden Park has a large lake, shady lawns and extensive area of semi-natural woodland. Other facilities include sports facilities & playground
- Shopping Centre/Retail Park
- Pedestrian Ferry
Cornfield Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4QA, Tel: 0871 6630031*Calls c, Email
The helpful staff at the Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre are happy to answer all your enquiries about the Town and surrounding locality.
Princes Park, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN22 7AE, Tel: 0871 663 0031
Picturesque Park situated on the eastern end of the seafront. Variety of leisure facilities available. Rose garden and picnic area, plus refreshments.
Seven Sisters Country Park, Exceat, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 4AD, Tel: 01323 870280
The old meanders of the Cuckmere River running through Cuckmere Haven are recognised and admired by people throughout the world
Travel behind the 1/8th scale miniature steam or diesel locomotive for nearly a mile around the lake or relax in the award winning tea gardens with a cream tea or light lunch. There is an adventure playground with a tot's village.