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Trains to Brighton also use the East Coastway Line. Clements Caves are home to the Smugglers Adventure, which features interactive displays relating to the history of smuggling on the south coast of England. The Shipwreck Museum displays artifacts from wrecks around the area. The listed building is now a seat auditorium and exhibition venue. Its longevity is attributed to the prolific fishing ground of Rye Bay nearby.

It is located on the West Hill, overlooking the town centre and is a Grade I listed building. The White Rock theatre is the venue of the yearly pantomime and throughout the year hosts comedy, dance and music acts. The pier was closed in following safety concerns from the council. The former two mentioned are open for the whole year while the Shipwreck Museum is open only weekends during the winter, but daily for the rest of the year.

Grace and Sir Don Bradman. The Stables stages more local productions and acts as an arts exhibition centre. The town is served by Stagecoach buses on routes that serve the town, and also extend to Bexhill, Eastbourne and Dover as part of The Wave route. Hastings Pirate Day takes place in July every year. The park contains gardens, open spaces, woods, a bandstand, tennis courts and a cafe.

Hastings Pier can be seen from any part of the seafront in the town. Priory was intended to have a second floor added to part of the retail area, which has not happened yet and so far only office space has been created as part of the Priory Quarter. This sits adjacent to the Army and Air Cadet building on the seafront. The Fishermen's Museum, housed in the former fishermen's church, is dedicated to the fishing industry and maritime history of Hastings.

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