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Things to Do

Brighton Pavilion
Brighton needs little introduction as the most exciting city on the South Coast. The annual Festival, first held in 1967, showcases a world of talent and attracts visitors to venues throughout Brighton and Hove. Established as a fashionable seaside resort in the Eighteenth Century when the Prince Regent built his extravagant Palace, Brighton has many attractive residential squares and crescents along the seafront. There are wonderful shopping opportunities hunting for antiques in The Laines or seeking the latest trends in fashion and design in The North Laine.

Tel: 0300 029 0900
Address: Brighton Pavilion, BN1 1EE

De La Warr Pavilion
The modernist De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill is an architectural delight, fully restored to its Deco glory and hosting musical and artistic events.

Tel: 01424 229 111
Address: De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill on Sea, TN40 1DP

Devonshire Park
Eastbourne has all the hallmarks of a traditional Victorian seaside resort with a pier, colourful municipal gardens and grand hotels facing the promenade but every year it stages spectacular world-class events that have wide appeal. Tennis lovers should head for Devonshire Park where the annual pre-Wimbledon Tournament takes place in June. During August Eastbourne Airbourne stages a thrilling air show over the seafront.

Tel: 01323 412 000
Address: Devonshire Park, Winter Garden, 14 Compton Street, Eastbourne, BN21 4BP

Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
You will never run out of things to do and see in the ancient Cinque port of Hastings. The largest beach launched fishing fleet in Britain ensures that there is always fresh fish to tuck into. The history of fishing, shipwrecks and smuggling is vividly recreated in several museums, while the aquarium brings you nose to nose with the creatures that lie beneath the sea.

Tel: 01424 451 052
Address: Hastings Museum & Art gallery, Bohemia Road, Hastings, TN34 1ET

Long Bench
Littlehampton has responded to appeals for more seafront seating by commissioning the longest bench in Britain - an innovative and practical solution that is also a work of art. For the more active, a powerboat ride at full throttle will set the adrenaline rushing for all thrill seekers.

Tel: 01903 737 844
Address: Long Bench, Eastern Promenade , BN17 5LL

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve forms a mixed habitat of shingle, salt marsh, saline lagoons, reed beds and grazing marsh that attracts thousands of nesting seabirds and supports many colourful flowers, rare plants and animals. It is a wonderful place to walk and discover the interesting wildlife that thrives in the sometimes harsh conditions. There are several footpaths to follow including a ramble that takes in the ruins of Camber Castle.

Tel: 01797 227 784
Address: www.wildrye.info, TN31 7TU

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