Hastings Heritage Trail

Hastings Heritage Trail is an interactive walking tour featuring seven central Hastings locations that have stayed largely unchanged for at least 25 years. The trail has been created by photographer Maxine Beuret.

Each place has been chosen for its fascinating history with a focus on design. The trail is supported by 7 signs, a leaflet with a children’s brass rubbing and social media.


Designed by council engineer Sidney Little in 1931, it’s the first underground car park in the UK! It holds up to 150 cars with colour coding every tenth pillar to help people remember where they parked.

Watch all seven videos here


Rebuilt in 1968, this long-running family business serves fresh crab, whelks and fish rolls caught locally every day.


The course was built by the Arnold Palmer Putting Group in 1974 and the World Crazy Golf Championships take place here every June. Listen to the insults from Woody the Tree at the last hole.

Trail Map Download

Seven Trail Locations 
  • Carlisle Parade/Robertson Terrace Seaview Shelters
  • Carlisle Parade Underground Car Park
  • Pelham Place Roundabout Fountain
  • Hastings Crazy Golf Course
  • The West Hill Lift
  • The Net Shop & Jellied Eel Bar, 7a Rock-a-Nore Road
  • Tamarisk Steps, Rock-a-Nore Road

About the Trail

Please feel free to take your own photographs and videos at each location and share them with us via the website, social media using the tag #hastingsheritagetrail, or email info@hastingstrail.co.uk

Your pictures will be available to view on the website and each month a selection will be chosen and displayed on the signs.

In Situ.

At each trail location In Situ design collective has designed a unique cube display  point featuring photographs & text – to create an engaging depiction of each place in its own special atmosphere.

Hastings Borough Council.

Hastings Borough Council strongly supports the trail that links with the Destination America Ground and White Rock Hastings.

Old Hastings Preservation Society.

A great source of local historical knowledge and encouragement has come from the Old Hastings Preservation Society.

Contact & Interact

If you have questions, suggestions or comments about the Hastings Heritage Art Trail, or would like to find out more, please feel free to contact us.

(+44) 07970 104299


Supported using public funding from Arts Council England.