The 3 galleries are connected with a regular train service that links Hastings, Bexhill and Eastbourne. The train travels along the coast and gives you fantastic views of the coast and the countryside. The journey takes about 30 minutes to travel the longest leg from Hastings to Eastbourne and you can take you bikes on the train.
There a many benefits to travelling by train:
Advance You can get an advanced fare on Southern mainline routes for as little as £5. Priced at £5, £8.50 and £12. First class Advance tickets are also available for £17
Daysave: DaySave offers unlimited Off-Peak travel on all Southern services. It costs £20 each, or a group of 4 adults can go for £40.
Kids for £2 kids for £2, enables up to 4 children travelling with each fare paying adult, when traveling together to travel for £2 each at Off Peak or Super Off-Peak times on the network (Southern, Thameslink & Great Northern).
Groupsave Where groups of between 3 and 9 people travelling at Off Peak or Super Off Peak times get a 34% discount on their train journey across Southern, Thameslink, Great Northern or Gatwick Express.
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Be sure to check before your travel, be prepared with the up to date visitor information at each gallery, and travel updates from the train travel.
Towner Gallery is about a 15 minute walk from Eastbourne Train Station. Trains arrive and depart regularly from London, Brighton and Ashford with great links to Hastings, Bexhill and Lewes.
De La Warr Pavilion is about a 15 minute walk from Bexhill Train Station. Trains arrive and depart regularly from London, Brighton and Ashford with great links to Eastbourne, Hastings and Lewes.
Hastings Contemporary is about a 20 minute walk from Hastings Train Station. Trains arrive and depart regularly from London, Brighton and Ashford with great links to Eastbourne, Bexhill, Tunbridge Wells and Lewes.