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1.17km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Beachy Head is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain. At 530 feet high, the majestic cliffs provide magnificent views. The cliff is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 meters (531 ft) above sea level. The peak allows views of the south east coast from Dungeness in the east, to the Isle of Wight in the west.
3.95km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Seven Sisters Country Park is a beautiful East Sussex hotspot. The Chalk cliffs and foreshore at Seven Sisters reveals a diverse ecosystem dating from the Late Cretaceous epoch, 87-84 million years ago. The iconic coastguard cottages, Cuckmere Haven and the clifftop walk to Birling Gap make for an epic tour. One of the beautiful location which will rejuvenate your mind and body.
4.34km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Towner Eastbourne is Eastbourne’s award-winning gallery that has an impressive collection of modern British art, and a growing collection of international contemporary art. It collects and exhibits contemporary art for nearly 100 years, It presents a programme of historic, modern and contemporary art through exhibitions, talks, events and creative activities. It hosts one of the most significant public art collections in the South of England and draws over 100,000 visitors a year.
5.18km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Eastbourne Pier is a seaside pleasure pier in Eastbourne, East Sussex, on the south coast of England. Its stunning seafront landmark is fully open for business with a brand new walkway since the fire of 2014. It stunning seafront landmark is fully open for business with a brand new walkway since the fire of 2014.
6.1km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Eastbourne Redoubt is a circular coastal defence fort at Eastbourne, East Sussex, on the south coast of England. It was built in 1805 as part of the British anti-invasion preparations during the Napoleonic Wars. Visitors to the Redoubt can now explore the fortress, discovering the stories of the people who lived there throughout its 200-year history.
Treasure Island Adventure Park
6.37km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Treasure Island is a Pirate Themed Adventure Park in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Indoor and outdoor attractions offer you a great day out - whatever the weather. Climb aboard Long John Silver's shipwreck with slides, bridges, netted walkways and zip slide. Enjoy the spacious parkland or splash in the paddling lagoon & look for treasure in the sandy beach.
6.49km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Friston Forest is within the South Downs National Park between Lulington Heath National Nature Reserve and Seven Sisters Country Park. It is the largest area of recently established forest in South East England. It's a great place to visit, with lots of picnic tables and BBQs and a children's play area.
6.78km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Eastbourne offers more than 3 miles of vast shingle beaches offering sand, and in some cases rock pooling opportunities, at low tide. From stunning cliffs and a Marine Conservation Area at Holywell, to windsurfing off Royal Parade and fishing at Harbour Reach, our array of beaches offer the perfect spot to suit everyone. The seafront is made up of mostly Victorian buildings which are split in half by Eastbourne Pier.
Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway
6.9km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway offers a journey behind the famous one-eighth scale miniature locomotives as they meander for nearly a mile around the beautiful country park. Several miniature steam trains operate here, running on a track around this tranquil country park. Travel on one of the trains or observe the locomotives in action as they chug along. Bring the kids to the adventure playground to enjoy slides, swings, and more.
6.9km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Princes Park features a range of gardens, children's play, boating lake and wildlife. The central feature of the park is a large artificial lake where local model yachts and powerboats are often raced by 2 local clubs, but at other times you may see groups of swans swimming freely. Nearby, Spray Watersports teach sailing and windsurfing skills to all ages from 6 years old upwards.
7.11km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
This quiet pebble beach is dominated by the white chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters just to the east. It sits at the mouth of the meandering Cuckmere river. This quiet pebble beach is dominated by the white chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters just to the east. It sits at the mouth of the meandering Cuckmere river. It is a popular tourist destination with an estimated 350,000 visitors per year, where they can engage in long walks, or water activities on the river.
9km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Sovereign Harbour is northern Europe’s largest composite marina complex and boasts four linked harbours and the hugely popular Waterfront retail and restaurant development. Here you can also enjoy a thirty-minute marina boat trip, or if you’d like to venture a little further charter one of the boats within Sovereign Harbour Marina for a fishing, sightseeing or diving trip.
Long Man of Wilmington
9.28km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
The Long Man is Europe’s largest portrayal of the human form, dating back to at least 1710 when the surveyor John Rowley illustrated the figure. The Long Man is 235 feet tall, holds two "staves", and is designed to look in proportion when viewed from below.
Alfriston Clergy House
10.06km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
This 14th-century timber-framed house was famously the very first historic property purchased by the National Trust, in 1896. It is what we call a Wealden type of building, that is, with a projecting hall, flush with the first floor wings. The house is a 14th-century Wealden hall house. Although the name reflects the fact that the parish priest and his housekeeper used it, the house was originally built as a farmer's house.
10.36km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Seaford Museum is a beautiful museum which contains objects, archives and displays relating to the history of the local area.The Museum is housed in Martello Tower no. 74, which is situated at the eastern end of Seaford seafront. There is a deceptive 5,000 square feet of display area, which includes the roof with cannon, entrance floor with museum shop, the lower floor of the tower and the covered dry moat area.
10.85km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
One of the iconic beaches in this area with a beautifully refurbished pier stretches of white sand and crystal clear waters, Seaford Beach is a fantastic place to spend the day. The beach is also close to the shops, restaurants and a supermarket. Public barbeques are available at the car park off Station Street.
11.38km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Drusillas Park offers a fun-tastic day out that includes hundreds of exotic animals, from monkeys and meerkats to penguins and pandas. There are many hands-on activities, an adventure play area separated for different age groups, an indoor soft play centre, and the Safari Express train ride that runs daily.
11.52km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Pevensey Castle’s impressive ruins stand on what was once a peninsula projecting from the Sussex coast. This naturally defensible site, first fortified by the Romans, was most famously the place where the Norman Conquest of England began. It is a great family day out in East Sussex, encompassing rich history and fun things to do and see for adults and children.
Pevensey Bay Beach
11.68km from Beachy Head Lighthouse
Pevensey Bay is an old fishing village founded in the 1600's as Wallsend , the end of the sea wall from Eastbourne. One of the iconic location where you can spend some nice time in this beautiful seaside with your loved ones.
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Beachy Head Lighthouse
Beachy Head Rd, Lighthouse, UK
Beachy Head Lighthouse was built by Trinity House in 1902 to guide passing vessels along the cliffs marking the seaward termination of the Sussex Downs. It is 43 m in height and became operational in October 1902. It was the last traditional-style 'rock tower' to be built by Trinity House.