Discover the UK’s largest Bronze Age causeway

Eastbourne, East Sussex

Explore the ground-breaking discovery of Britain’s Biggest Bronze Age Causeway in new exhibition Making Tracks: Eastbourne’s Bronze Age Mystery.

A world of discovery awaits you in Eastbourne, when part of Britain’s biggest Bronze Age Causeway is recreated in a new free exhibition for 2016 at the Pavilion Tearooms, neighbouring Eastbourne’s Redoubt Fortress.

Uncovered in Shinewater Park 21 years ago, the Causeway provides evidence of human life from over 3000 years ago. Discover Bronze Age axes recovered in Eastbourne, find never-before seen British Museum artefacts including Bronze Age jewellery and be amazed by Bronze Age animal life in an interactive environmental wall.

Get creative making Bronze Age food, shoes and flint on 23 July when free family fun Bronze Age Day uncovers more behind the exhibition, helping you unravel the mysteries behind the incredible people who lived 3000 years ago.

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