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Find the Eastbourne climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 37° low. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is March.
Discover the seaside town of Eastbourne with top vacation rentals
Stay in a city apartment or traditional British terraced house in Eastbourne, in the South of England. Located near Brighton and Hastings, it's a highly popular beach resort destination, with a number of historic and entertaining attractions to discover.
The other museums of Eastbourne
One of the more unusual attractions in town, the Museum of Shops, showcases the history of British trade. It’s open every day and is displayed across four floors. It has fascinating examples of old advertising. Being an important seaside town, the Eastbourne Lifeboat Museum is also well worth a visit.
Getting out and about around Eastbourne
As well as the range of fascinating sites within Eastbourne, vacation rentals here will place you in the heart of East Sussex. Take a day trip to nearby Brighton to the west and Hastings to the east, both important cultural and historical towns in their own right. They’re just half an hour or so by train or car.
Eastbourne is also just 90 minutes by train to London, for a taste of the bustling metropolis featuring its own array of historic sites as well as world-class shopping and dining options. This is a great option for day trips, setting up base in Eastbourne to experience the quieter and more traditional side of Britain.
Discovering the top destinations around Eastbourne
One of the town’s most recognisable landmarks, it’s a great place for bracing sea views and dining at The Chippy or Victorian Tea Rooms. There’s also the Waterfront Bar and Atlantis Nightclub.
One of England’s most gorgeous cliffside views, it’s a great place for a country walk and then warming up with a drink in a local pub. Also see the nearby Sheep Center petting zoo.
An incredibly ancient construction dating from the 4th century, when it was built by the Roman Saxons. You can visit the ‘Dark Dungeons’ and hear ghost stories from staff about the ‘Pale Lady of Pevensey’.
A uniquely-shaped fort that’s formed as a circle, built in the 19th century to help defend England during the Napoleonic Wars. It houses a large military museum with permanent collections and constantly-rotating temporary exhibits.
Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway
Take a ride on a miniature steam train through this nature park, which also has a playground for children and features a traditional café serving cream tea.
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