Ever since June 6th 1944 the words ‘D-Day’ have been associated with the successful Allied landings in Normandy. It was codenamed ‘Operation Overlord’. From April 1st 1944, Newhaven was within a 10 mile ‘exclusion-zone’ to visitors that stretched across the South...
Looking to get active outdoors in time for Summer? Fort Fit Camp is the session for you! Designed to help you feel happy, strong and healthy, Fort Fit Camp is a fitness class like no other. Using the equipment in our park and other items such as battle ropes and...
Calling all Secret Agents! The mysterious Newhaven Fort has been the subject of intrigue for almost 150 years. Now we need you to help discover its secrets. We’re looking for spies to join us throughout the Easter holidays for code-breaking and gadget making on our...
We’re thrilled to be part of Wave Adventures this Easter! From building a rocket to archery with the whole family, try something new this Easter with Wave Adventures at Newhaven Fort and Shakespeare Hall: Tuesday 9th April – Outdoor Adventure Camp...
Cloaked in mystery and protected by its impressive ramparts, Newhaven Fort has been keeping secrets safely hidden for almost 150 years. We’re opening our doors for the 2019 season on Saturday 16th February 2019, just in time for the half term holidays! Discover...
Brave the Fort this October half-term (20th – 28th) and discover a whole host of activities you can enjoy with the whole family. There’s lots happening at the Newhaven Fort over the school break from trips down in the terrifying tunnels and creepy craft sessions...
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