Welcome to Bexhill-on-sea, just 20 minutes Eastbound of Eastbourne.


A curious town with an independent spirit. A destination for makers, creators, artists and musicians. Open spaces, flooded with natural light and peppered with peaceful dwellings, attracting visitors to its seafront and residents to its creative communities and emerging artistic scene.

Bexhill-on-sea is home to three key cultural destinations; Flatland Projects & Beeching Road Studios, De La Warr Pavilion, and Bexhill Museum.

All are in walking distance from each other.

Bexhill Museum is set in family-friendly Egerton Park and is only 5 minutes from the Pavilion. Flatland Projects is set on a small industrial estate less than 15 minutes walk from the sea front and –  handily for thirsty walkers –  next to the Three Legs Brewery Tap Room!  Please check opening times via their websites below.

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Bexhill is at the heart of the Coastal Culture Trail where three outstanding art galleries – Towner Eastbourne, De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill and Hastings Contemporary – are linked together by an 18 mile stretch of coastline. You can cycle the trail (some parts are on road),  take the 99 bus, or Southern Rail.

Further inland, where the Sussex Weald meets the sea, lie the ancient settlements and rich landscapes of 1066 Country, home to some of Sussex’s finest coast and countryside including the famous historic site on which the Battle of Hastings was fought.  The many towns and attractions of this historic and culturally vibrant area of  are a magnet for  visitors from all over the world.

Sussex has a thriving artisanal and cultural economy with its unique geography and climate being a thriving environment for winemakers to grow award winning Sussex natural, and sparkling wines. Visit Sussex Modern for details of the art, landscape and wine you can experience in Sussex.


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