latest exhibitions, Heritage Eastbourne

Latest Exhibitions

Eastbourne Pals

For Hearth, Home and Honour?
Eastbourne Learns the Reality of War

21st March - 13th November 2016
Redoubt Fortress


Hundreds of ordinary Eastbourne men faced the terror and horror of war in 1916. On just one fateful day in June, over 1000 men from Sussex were wounded or killed. Others, the lucky ones, survived - and went on to make our town what it is today. See the new recruits marching out of Eastbourne station and uncover the disastrous tales of soldiers like Albert Thomas Hendley, a baker from Willingdon who returned on leave to make his wedding cake and was tragically killed just a month before his wedding. Be moved and inspired by their stories at the Redoubt Fortress in 2016

Bronze Axe

Making Tracks - Eastbourne's Bronze Age Mystery

21st March - 13th November 2016

Pavilion

Bronze Age Eastbourne - Living on the Edge is an immersive exhibition revealing the previously untold stories of Eastbourne’s internationally important Bronze Age discovery. For the first time, the ground-breaking discoveries in Shinewater Park will be explored, giving the public a chance to travel back in time to walk alongside the astonishingly rare Bronze Age trackway built by Eastbourne residents in the distant past. Uncover the mysteries of the incredible people living in Eastbourne over 3000 years ago, see some of their treasures and realise what made Eastbourne so special! Put the pieces of the prehistoric puzzle together to discover the tales of international visitors and human inventiveness.

Fun for kids

kids in exhibitionThere's lots for kids to see and do in our new exhibitions. Complete a trail at the Pavilion for free entry for kids at the Redoubt
 

What would you like to see?

Eastbourne StoriesDiscover the plans for a new museum for Eastbourne and let us know what you would like to see!
 
 
Flickr Gallery

Admission to Redoubt Fortress

Admission to the Redoubt FortressAdult £4.50
Senior/Student £3.25
Child £2.50
Family (up to 5 people) £12*
*must include 1 child under 16

Includes free daily tour, plus keep your return ticket for one free return visit in 2016!

 
 
Heritage Eastbourne

Admission to the Pavilion

Pavilion

Entry to the Pavilion is free. 

Make sure you stay for a bit of cake in the café too!
 
 
 
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