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When I paid my £3 I was given a ticket valid for a month which is unusual and struck me as odd as this is only a small museum. There are excellent exhits on the history and growth of Eastbourne as a town and holiday...More
Mu husband and I went into the exhibition at 3.00. and came out at 4.30 - three floors of excellent history about Eastbourne, well presented and the basement floor showing superb old films about the shops and the travel information. The ground floor was full...More
Worth a visit before you have a wander around Eastbourne. It details how the town was planned and developed from 4 hamlets by the landowners, the influence of the coming of the railway; Eastboune an unlikely bombing target in WW2 and the plans for the...More
Been to Eastbourne several times and never been here before, what a gem, good information on the heritage of Eastbourne, very well displayed. The film in the basement was so good and we will certainly visit again.
Seeing this place on TripAdvisor on a visit to town we thought that we should visit - and we're glad we did!
Although the building appears small on entry, it hides 3 floors of information about the town and its history.
This is coupled with...More
It took me until my third visit to Eastbourne to visit the Heritage Centre, but I wish that it had not. It is staffed by kind, helpful and enthusiastic volunteers and houses two main exhibitions - one on the general development of Eastbourne, including the...More
This is a lovely building and the people who run it are very nice and helpful. I think they are volunteers and are passionate about the history of Eastbourne. They run some great exhibitions and have some nice models on display. There is a quaint...More
Adults £3, Seniors / students £2.50, Children £1, Family £6. Group discounts (10 or more visitors) are available, and the Heritage Centre can be opened for groups outside of normal opening times (subject to the availability... More
Adults £3, Seniors / students £2.50, Children £1, Family £6. Group discounts (10 or more visitors) are available, and the Heritage Centre can be opened for groups outside of normal opening times (subject to the availability of the volunteer stewards). Opening times are given on the website: do NOT rely on the Google summary, which is inaccurate but which we cannot correct.
David (a volunteer steward)