There are many fantastic organizations, businesses and retailers in the local area to make your trip the the De La Warr Pavilion complete.
Bexhill Tourist Information
For information on what to see and do in Bexhill and the surrounding area, tourist information can be found at No. 48 Gift Shop and Tea Rooms on Devonshire Road.
48 Devonshire Road
Bexhill On Sea
There is also a dedicated phone line through to Rye Tourist Information Centre, where the team will be happy to assist you with booking accomodtion, National Express tickets, coach trips and theatre tickets. The number is 01797 229049.
There are plenty of welcoming and good value B&Bs in Bexhill. The De La Warr Pavilion uses the following establishments, both of which are only 5 minutes walk from the pavilion and the sea-front:
Coast B & B
Boutique bed and breakfast accomodation in Bexhill.
Family run bed and breakfast situated close to the De La Warr Pavilion.
Other B&Bs are recommended and are 5 or 4 star-rated by Visit Britain:
The Old Manse
The Old Vicarage
The English Rose
Eve's Bed and Breakfast
Manor Barn EnSuite Chalets
Places to Go
Discover the hidden history of Bexhill from earliest days to medieval village, smuggling, Napoleonic barrack town, Victorian/Edwardian resort and the birthplace of British motor racing in 1902.
A contemporary art museum in Eastbourne that presents major art exhibitions and displays from their collection.
Jerwood Gallery is a major initiative of the Jerwood Foundation, established to create a permanent, public home for the Jerwood Foundation's Collection of Modern British Art, alongside a changing curated programme.
A rich mixture of displays relating to local themes and the culture of other lands.