Hastings Fishermen's Museum

Rock-a-Nore Road
Hastings TN34 3DW


The Hastings Fishermen's Museum is one of the biggest attractions in Hastings. Over 140,000 people come through the doors every year to see the many photographs, paintings and historic objects - and to climb aboard the last of the local sailing luggers, built in 1912.

Hastings Museum & Art Gallery

Johns Place, Bohemia Road
Hastings TN34 1ET


Hastings Museum contains a rich and varied mixture of local history, Sussex pottery, paintings, dinosaurs and British wildlife. There are displays on local personalities such as Grey Owl, John Logie Baird and Robert Tressell, and on seaside holidays, Mods and Rockers and Native Americans.

Hastings Old Town Hall Museum of Local History

High Street, Old Town
Hastings TN34 3EW


The Old Town Hall Museum provides an introduction to the history of the Old Town of Hastings. The museum reopened in 1999 following a major refurbishment project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Hove Museum & Art Gallery

19 New Church Road
Brighton & Hove BN3 4AB


Permanent collections of toys, film, local history, paintings and contemporary craft. The collections of decorative arts include the Regency furniture and silver-gilt displayed in the Royal Pavilion, the Macquoid furniture at Preston Manor, the Willett Collection of ceramics illustrating popular history, and outstanding holdings of British and European 20th century decorative design and craft.

Hurstpierpoint Museum

Village Centre, Trinity Road
Hurstpierpoint, Hassocks BN6 9UY


Hurstpierpoint Museum consists of two unmanned display cabinets in the foyer of the Hurstpierpoint Village centre, Trinity Road, Hurstpierpoint. Themed displays, usually with a local connection, in the large free standing cabinet are changed about four times a year, and that in the wall mounted cabinet to the left of the main display is of a more permanent nature.