Alexandra Park (Hastings)

Alexandra Park is 44 hectares in size and is situated in the middle of Hastings. It follows a natural valley for up to 2.5 kilometres. The park is easily accessible to over 60% of the town's 85,000 population and offers a diverse landscape, much of which benefits from its rich heritage. It benefited from a £3.5million Heritage Lottery-funded restoration which was completed in 2004 and following its opening by Charlie Dimmock, has seen huge numbers of visitors since. The park originally landscaped in 1878-82 by eminent landscape gardener Robert Marnock offers a rich variety of features including: Water bodies, ancient woodland, wooded gills, sports and games areas, playgrounds, events area, important tree collection, formal/informal beds, peace garden and cafe.

Park Facilities

Angling
Boating Lake
Bandstand
Bowling
Café/Restuarant
Children's Play Area
Events
Free parking
Miniature Railway
Multi Use Games Area
Nature Reserve
Nature Walks
Pond
Public Sculpture
Tennis Court
Toilets
Walking Routes
Wildlife
Wildflower Area
Woodlands
Green Flag
Award Winner
Green
Heritage Site
Managing Organisation
Hastings Borough Council
Contact
Terry Drinkwater
Telephone
01424 451372