Eastbourne : The Pier to Princes Park
Start Postcode: BN21 3ELView on Google map
Number of Questions: 13
Total Points: 26
- This Eastbourne treasure hunt is one of two shorter seafront walks in Eastbourne. An ideal way to find out more about what is going on along the Eastern side of the seafront. Please note the questions in this hunt are also asked in the longer From Dukes to Princes seafront walk.
- Find out the old nickname of Eastbourne fishermen, discover a special WW2 memorial and see what The Azimuth really is. Take a picnic maybe as you take in The Redoubt and finish in the spacious Princes Park.
- A good meeting point is at the entrance to Eastbourne Pier, which has a post code of BN21 3 EL. Side street parking is available further on, otherwise meter charges will apply on the main road (Grand Parade). The hunt will take from 45 mins to 1 hour. Note: To question 1 you should take the set of steps down to the seafront and continue so that the sea is on your right (and Pier behind you).The hunt is suitable for wheelchair users and those with pushchairs.
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*I live literally 20 minutes away from Eastbourne and know the town really well. Eastbourne seafront has lots of interesting things to see and is well suited to a treasure hunt.
Nearby Treasure Trails
*2 alternative seafront treasure hunts in Eastbourne.
*Seaford Seafront Treasure Hunt.
*Bexhill Treasure Hunt.
*Lewes Treasure Hunt
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