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Things to do in Seaford, East Sussex


Seaford is a seaside town on the south coast situated between Brighton and Eastbourne. The coast and countryside attract many visitors to this area.

Seaford's Heritage Museum (housed in an original Napoleonic Martello Tower), can be visited at weekends during the winter, and other times during the summer months. "The Crypt", is one of Seaford's oldest buildings (dating back to the 12th century), and art and craft exhibitions are held there throughout the year.

From the top of Seaford Head there are magnificent views across to the famous Seven Sisters Cliffs and also towards Brighton, and beyond, in the other direction. Many people come to walk along the Esplanade by the sea from Splash Point (just beneath Seaford Head) to the remains of the Tide Mills at Bishopstone.

Seaford also has a variety of shops and very good cafes and restaurants.

Description by Diana Hitchin

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Images of Seaford


Wild Sea at Splash Point © Diana Hitchin
Seaford Heritage Museum at the Martello Tower © Diana Hitchin
The fort on the top of Seaford Head  © Diana Hitchin
St Leonard's Church, Seaford  © Diana Hitchin
Seaford Head on a calm day  © Diana Hitchin

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