Seaham’s remarkable transformation
A former mining town, Seaham has been transformed by a £10million restoration project that has brought back its natural beauty. Impeccable cliff tops overlook a secluded shingle beach. Wander the promenade footpaths and take in the breakthtaking views, and then head to one of many seafront cafés, bars and restaurants to recharge. Explore St. Mary the Virgin Church - one of just a handful of Britain’s oldest surviving churches, then head to see 'Tommy', the WWI statue known locally as the town’s most famous landmark.
Leisure and exploration at Seaham’s Harbour Marina
As the only marina in County Durham, here you can have a go at some fantastic watersports, or try to pick up some North East catch of the day on a chartered fishing boat. The marina is home to the East Durham Heritage & Lifeboat Centre, an interesting museum that celebrates Seaham’s proud maritime past.
Everyone's catered for in Seaham
Whether you want to take in Seaham’s natural beauty, play a round of golf at the town’s 18-hole golf club or pick up designer discount bargains at the Nearby Dalton Park outlet mall, there's something for everyone here. Looking for accommodation in Seaham? The Travelodge Durham Hotel is just 20 minutes’ away, while the Travelodge Sunderland Central Hotel and Travelodge Sunderland High Street West Hotel are just 6 miles in the car.