Alexandra park is situated in the middle of Hastings and stretches for 2.5 miles, offering an incredibly diverse landscape, including ancient woodland and formal flower beds. The Heritage Lottery Fund helped with the £3.4 million restoration of the park, completed in 2004. Alexandra Park was originally laid out by Robert Marnock,
a famous Victorian Landscape architect in 1878 and many plants and layouts have been chosen to recreate the Victorian Pleasure Park.
The park is a grade 2 designated site in the "Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest". The Lower Park has a Boating Lake, War Memorial, Bowls Green, Information Point, toilets, café, events areas, Bandstand and Adventure Playground. There's also a Park Rangers office at the tennis pavilion.
St Helens Road / Lower park Road