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Bexhill Attractions

Bexhill-on-Sea has a number of attractions which include that of historical, entertainment and sports.

The De La Warr Pavilion re-opened in October 2005 as a national centre for contemporary arts. It is one of the most significant venue for a place of entertainment, education, refreshment and relaxation.

Bexhill Museum re-opened in 2009 after a £2m+ refurbishment. New galleries cover Bexhill's motoring heritage plus costume and social history. Original features are retained in the Sargent Gallery.   The museum offers an huge insight into the town’s history, its famous residents and visitors, plus historic milestones that have made Bexhill internationally famous.

Egerton Park can be found to the West of Bexhill town centre.  The park has many attractions; offering peace, solace and relaxation if required, or, for those feeling more adventurous, try out the boating lake, tennis courts and indoor bowling centre. Children will love the adventure playground with its zip-wire, climbing tree house and sand play area.

The Polegrove (to the West of Egerton Park) is a recreation ground used by many sporting clubs including football, cricket and rugby teams.

The Polegrove also hosts many events including the Party in the Park (Bexhill Carnival) and the horse show.

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    Bexhill Museum

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    The displays and exhibitions at the Museum have something for everyone.

    Main galleries include costume and motor racing heritage as well as local archaeology and history, dinosaurs and fossils, natural history and geology, social history and cultures of other lands, local arts and crafts....

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    Country / Royal Park

    Egerton Park

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    Located within a few minutes’ walk of the seafront and town centre, Egerton Park offers something for everyone from leisurely walks around the lakes to a more vigorous workout at the fitness area. Enjoy a game of tennis on one of the outdoor courts, try your hand at bowls or take a boat out on the...

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    Historic Site

    Bexhill Old Town

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    Bexhill

    This picturesque area of Bexhill is home to some fine examples of Georgian architecture and some of town's fascinating attractions. Ancient St Peter's Church originates from Saxon times and the ruins of the Manor House in Manor Gardens are a beautiful reminder of the area's 13th Century roots....

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    Beach

    Bexhill promonade by Novo Photography

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    Bexhill

    Bexhill's traditional seafront is punctuated by some fantastic pieces of modernist architecture and is home to all of the seaside attractions you associate with a heart-warming day at the beach.

    The long, straight promenade is perfect for walking, jogging or roller skating and the miles of quiet...

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    Special Interest

    Keane, Strangeland

    Due to international super-group Keane, the East Sussex towns of Battle, Bexhill and Hastings will forever be remembered collectively as 'Strangeland'. Through Strangeland, the band’s fifth consecutive number one album, Keane revisit the places and spaces of a youth spent growing up in Battle and...

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Historic Itinerary

Divide your day between the two major sites bound up with the history of the Norman Invasion - Battle and Hastings.  William marched first...