View of Hastings seafront and east hill from pier

Walks in Hastings and around

  1. Hastings Country Park Nature Reserve
    A fabulous nature reserve with stunning coastal scenery situated within the High Weald Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2023
  2. Alexandra Park
    A 10 minute walk from Hastings town centre, this Grade II Listed Victorian park is one of the finest to be found anywhere in the country.
    1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2023
  3. A former fishermen's church by the old net shops, now a museum on local fishing with ship models, nets, old photos and the Lugger 'Enterprise' which was built in 1912
    1. The Amsterdam Shipwreck - East Sussex
      The Shipwreck Museum, situated in the historic Old Town of Hastings, contains a truly astonishing array of maritime artefacts which contains 3000 years of historic treasures from local shipwrecks
      1. photograph of the east hill from the lower station. Shows brick building at the bottom of funicular railway cut into cliff.
        The United Kingdom's steepest funicular railway is not only a structure of national importance but also a source of immense local pride.
        1. 1 Oct 202231 Mar 2023
      2. Hastings Contemporary Art Gallery, East Sussex
        Nestling between the fishing beach and Hastings Old Town, Hastings Contemporary is sensitively and intuitively designed by HAT Projects to complement the surrounding environment.
        1. 7 Jun 202331 Dec 2023
      3. Located in the heart of Hastings Old Town, Blue Reef Hastings is home to over 3,500 incredible aquatic animals and reptiles; embark on your amazing underwater safari!
        1. The Lifeboat Station is located at The Stade in Hastings Old Town – right next to the fishing fleet berths on the working beach.
          1. 1 Jan 202331 Dec 2023
        2. Hastings Visitor Information Centre exterior. East Sussex
          The visitor centre is now closed until Spring 2023 The Hastings Visitor Information Centre is conveniently located next to Hastings railway station. Follow the pathway left on exiting the station and you'll see it next to Subway fast food outlet. Hastings, the town that gave its name to the famous battle of 1066, is an ideal base for visiting the numerous castles, gardens and other fantastic attractions in the area. Hastings itself has a very historic medieval Old Town, vibrant seafront, magnificent country park nature reserve and many independent shops and eateries.
          1066 Country of Origin Original by nature
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