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Amazing Futures Board Game Café Group

Come along and have fun over a shared interest. Play a variety of different games, including rare or older ones. Hangout in a peer supported group environment that's SEND friendly.

About SEND Session

Small environment - no more than 30 people.

The cafe is built to be sensory safe by the owner.


Free and includes one free drink and cake

About Board Game Museum and Café

The Game Museum and Café is run by a bunch of Game addicts hoping to create a fun and inclusive environment.

We've created an inviting and comfortable space right in the heart of the old town! 

There are 6 special designed board game tables and a library of over 600 games, a shop and café. There is also a full programme of events including solo player - come along and play with like-minded gamers), beginners, Dungeons and Dragons and Cyber sessions.

You can book by the hour to use the games library. Or there are free to book tables (2 hours) if you are bringing your own games or campaigns (as long as you are still purchasing hot food, snacks and various drinks throughout the duration)

It’s recommended that you book in advance for evenings and weekends as these can get quite busy.  

Learn more about Board Game Museum and Café


Parking is available at The Bourne Car Park (TN34 3DB) which is a few minutes walk away or a cheaper alternative is Rock-a-Nore Car Park (TN34 3DW) which is roughly a 4 minute walk.

There is free parking up Old London Road on the layby for up to 4 hours, which is a 3 minute walk away (TN35 5NB and side roads). Alternatively on the Seafront after 6:30pm (TN34 3EE) or any side road after 8pm.


25 Courthouse Street
Hastings, TN34 3A