Bexhill’s Lost World
Revealing our hidden history
Bexhill’s Lost World project will create an exciting and engaging experience, enabling visitors to access and learn about Rother’s important local history from dinosaurs to 1066.
A new gallery created at the existing Bexhill Museum to house the archaeological archives discovered at the site of the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road will provide Bexhill with a centre of excellence for heritage, learning and research.
This will support the wider regeneration of the town. It will attract more visitors, helping in the mission to boost the local business economy. It will strengthen the links between the town centre, Egerton Park, the seafront and the De La Warr Pavilion, creating an inclusive and vibrant Bexhill cultural and tourist offer.
The outcomes of Bexhill’s Lost World project will
Enable the museum to house and display the archaeological archives creating an exciting new multi-use, interactive gallery which will attract and enthral a wide range of visitors
Engage with Bexhill’s growing and diverse communities to learn about and understand the importance of 140 million years of our history within a national and international context
Encourage more people to access existing and new archives in innovative ways
Ensure that Bexhill Museum is a leading cultural attraction in the region and can continue in its mission for ‘encouraging discovery’
Please help us to find more out about you and your feedback on the project idea - by following this link to complete our online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FQS7W8H
Or you can download the Bexhill's Lost World leaflet and survey to give us your views and comments. Please return in person or by post to Bexhill Museum, Egerton Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, TN39 3HL, or scan in and email to email@example.com