Why not explore the narrow streets of the Old Town, with its charming mix of antique, vintage and independent shops, restaurants and cafes.
Wander along Rockanore with its iconic tall black net shops, built for the harbours fishermen to traditionally dry their nets. Home, also to the Jerwood Gallery, which houses a fabulous permanent collection of 20th and 21st century British art and regularly changing exhibitions.
Climb aboard Britains steepest funicular railway, which ascends up to the Country Park and its breathetaking views of the East Sussex and the south coast or take the second funicular railway from George Street up the West Hill, to find the remains of Englands first castle built by William the Conqueror.
Stroll along the prom, stop and play crazy golf where the world champions fight for the trophy each year, ride the caterpillar at the funfair or spend a 'penny' to win a fortune at one of the amusement arcades, before continuing along to the newly rebuilt Hastings pier and St.Leonards beyond.
With the historic properties of Battle Abbey, Bodiam Castle, Charleston and Rudyard Kiplings family home of Batemans amongst many others all a short drive away, there is a wealth of things to do if you want to spend a day exploring East Sussex and its beautiful countryside.
The World famous gardens of Sissinghurst, Great Dixter and Pashley Manor are wonderful to explore and for those who like a glass or two, why not try the award winning vineyards of Sedlescombe, Carr Taylor and Chapel Down, which are also nearby.
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