The town and seaside resort of Bexhill located in East Sussex is an ideal destination for a holiday, with excellent road and rail accessibility and a number of things to see and do.
High Woods, a site of special scientific interest and biological importance is an amazing place to visit and is the only known area to play home to the sessile oak woodland in East Sussex. Bexhill also unearths a number of fossils and the world’s oldest spider web - 140 million years old - was found encased in amber in the town.
For the summer you can enjoy the promenade and beach, with exceptional facilities for enjoying your summer vacation. The De La Warr Pavilion is an art deco Grade 1 listed building and is stunning to see. Bexhill has a number of hotels and guesthouses for you to stay in and there are also campsites nearby if you prefer the great outdoors.
De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex TN40 1DP (01424) 229111
Built in 1935, the De La Warr pavilion is an icon of the Modernist movement and national centre for contemporary arts.
After an £8m refit, the pavilion now comprises contemporary galleries, an open roof terrace and an auditorium offering a varied performance programme.
Bexhill Museum, Egerton Road, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex TN39 3HL (01424) 787950
Opened in 1914, Bexhill Museum collects, conserves and displays objects related to the history and natural environment of Bexhill on Sea.
Displaying a colourful collection of costumes dating from the 17th Century to the modern day, as well as a fantastic motor racing gallery, Bexhill Museum encourages discovery.