Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Centre
The Devonshire Park is Eastbourne's oldest park and has hosted Lawn Tennis since the 1870's. Over time, the park has been used as a local tennis centre, site for a number of Davis Cup ties and venue for the Aegon International event since its inception in 1974.
Featuring 13 courts and situated in the heart of Eastbourne surrounded by trees and gardens, the centre is only minutes away from the town centre and seafront, making it the ideal summer setting for this international tennis event.
A variety of refreshment areas will be situated throughout the grounds.
Due to its central location, Devonshire Park is about a 15 minute walk to town and a number of restaurants, plus can be accessed in the following ways:.
The main approach roads are the A22 from London, A259 from Hastings and A27 from Brighton.
Car parking is available at the two NCP car parks located at Ashford Road (not 24-hour) and Trinity Place, as well as the Saffrons Cricket Ground in Meads Road. These car parks are all linked to Devonshire Park by a special bus service operating during the tournament.
To book a disabled parking space please contact Eastbourne Borough Council (weekdays between 9am and 5pm) on 01323 415442.
Eastbourne Railway Station is just 80 minutes from London's Victoria Station and a 15-minute walk to Devonshire Park
The Meads scheduled bus service will operate from the bus precinct close to Eastbourne railway station to Devonshire Park with an additional special bus service from the station stopping at major car parks and Devonshire Park.
London Gatwick international airport is just 45 minutes by train.
The channel port of Newhaven is just 20 minutes away and Dover, Folkestone and the Channel Tunnel are two hours from Eastbourne.