- Water Parks
- Indoor and Soft Play Areas
- Parks and Playgrounds
- Crazy Golf
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Outdoor, Indoor
Fort Fun is Eastbourne’s best family fun adventure park with lots to do both indoor and outdoor!
The park has plenty to channel the energy of the littles ones - from a ball game court to a cool self-contained outdoor jungle gym and giant bouncy pillow. Fort Fun has its own construction-themed Diggerland sand play area and a creative miniature role play zone - Imagination Village. Looking for more? There are also Dodgems and the Carousel to enjoy a few rides on, plus an 18-hole American Adventure mini golf course, ideal for a friendly family tournament.
Feeling the summer vibes? Head straight to the Splash Park water park for hours of wet fun featuring water slides, bucket tippers, plus wet play and interactive squirty water features. Wetsuits and water play shoes are advised, and don't forget the waterproof sunscreen!
Fun Fort Eastbourne is prepared for the infamous British weather too. The indoor section features a big jungle gym with a dedicated toddler area, so there will be plenty to do even if it rains.
- Outdoor area, featuring a water park, golf course, role play & more
- Indoor soft play centre
- Live stage for daily entertainment & performances
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available Nearby
Getting There and Contact Information
Fort Fun, Royal Parade, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN22 7LQ, England
Click here to visit Fort Fun's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Adults from £2.00
Kids (4+) from £5.50
Toddlers (1-3) from £4.95
Under 1's from £2.00
The outdoor play is weather dependent.
Up to 4 hours: £3.00
doesn't live up to expectations
Written by biscuit boy . 17.08.17
Don't bother coming here! 20°C and sunny this afternoon yet the water park is closed. The crazy golf doesn't have score cards and all the short cut holes are blocked. EVERYTHING looks as though it's seen better days. The male staff are in a day dream, only taking 2/3 of a food order and most just standing around. So for our money we had one round of golf and the boy had a little time in the indoor soft play before a power cut (Not their fault). Upon leaving I saw a male member of staff try to look oblivious to the fact that a toddler had just split her chin open on a ride he was supposed to be overseeing. Instead of standing with the ride and making sure all children stayed seated whilst it stopped moving (and getting them off safely.) He was waiting by the exit! Lack of training or just bad standards is not right. Such a shame as the website and Facebook page look so good and it could be if the owners, managers and staff cared enough. I think they know how bad it is as they don't have a rating system on their page or website.