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Eastbourne Centre


A traditional seaside resort, boasting five miles of unspoilt beaches, palm tree lined promenades, four golf courses and Seaside Award clean sea. Offering fun for all of the family - from a skate festival to the annual airshow, visit Eastbourne Pier or dance the night away to live music at the bandstand. Get your skates on and join the locals in their favourite pastime of roller blading along the five mile stretch of promenade, from the peaceful Falling Sands to the bustling Sovereign Harbour Marina. Browse around the waterfront shops or relax in one of the continental style restaurants, cafes or bars at the harbour.


Royal Eastbourne Golf Club - Eastbourne


Founded in 1887 The Royal is a traditional members club situated in the lee of the South Downs. Comprising 27 holes of challenging golf, we cater for all levels of handicap. Both the Devonshire & Hartington Courses are maintained to the very highest of standards. Built on chalk we seldom see the courses closed. In recent years our friendly clubhouse has been substantially modernised. Our PGA Professional, Alan Harrison keeps a wide range of stock at competitive prices, in his Pro Shop, so whether you are after a particular piece of equipment or prizes a visit is highly recommended.


Hurstmonceaux Castle


Herstmonceux Castle is a brick-built castle, dating from the 15th century, near Herstmonceux, East Sussex, England. It is one of the oldest significant brick buildings still standing in England.


Eastbourne Pier


In April 1865 The Eastbourne Pier Company was formed with a working capital of £15,000. Work began in April 1866;Four years later Lord Edward Cavendish opened the pier although it wasn’t completed until 1872.

The pier is 300 meters long and built on stilts, which rest in cups on the seabed allowing the whole structure to move during rough weather.

The piers entrance was originally built on the lower promenade but due to the rough storms in 1877 it was swept away;it was then rebuilt at a higher level. In 1888 a 400-seater domed pavilion was built and just two years later a 1000-seater theatre, Bar, Camera Obscura and Office Suite replaced it, that same year two saloons were built in the midway.


Towner Art Gallery


Towner Art Gallery is located in Eastbourne, East Sussex, on the south coast of England. It hosts one of the most significant public art collections in the South of England and draws over 100,000 visitors a year. It was described by ITV News as "the region's biggest art gallery", in 2017.