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From Summerfor the first time, climb to the top of the gatehouse to experience the stunning rooftop views and understand how the clash between Normans and Saxons might have played out. See the new special exhibition exploring the battle, including a blow by blow account of the day itself, from dawn to dusk. Throughout the summer, don't miss the costumed characters bringing the times of to life.

The House is a wonderful example of a late medieval timber framed building. Today you can catch the atmosphere of how people lived during Tudor times in the kitchen, bedroom and parlour, which have authentic domestic furnishings. The pretty gardens behind are inspired by Tudor planting schemes and contains traditional plants including stately medlar tree. Ancient Castle and stately home of the Dukes stately Norfolk, reflecting homes 1, years of history with magnificent views across the South Downs and River Arun.

Do not miss the Fitzalan Chapel with it's own delightful garden planted in white, and the Rose Garden, homes old-fashioned English roses, in what was once a Medieval bowling green. One of Britain's most picturesque and evocative castles. Spiral staircases, battlements, portcullis and murder holes - Bodiam Castle is the real thing.

Windows to gaze through where arrows were once loosed; towers to climb and ruins to explore where knights once roamed. Bodiam is a place to inspire and let homes imagination run wild. Our colourful castle characters bring the medieval world to life through intriguing tales. Our tea room makes the perfect end to your visit, with a tempting array of homemade cakes and lunches. With lot of events throughout the year and open all year around, what are you waiting for?

Discover ongoing reconstructions of ancient British homes and buildings, including Stone Age, Iron Stately, Roman and Anglo Saxon, with rare breed animals and ancient crops. Butser is a sussex renowned experimental archaeological site with ever changing experiments, displays and projects, exploring and bringing the past to life. Join a traditional skills workshop, experience an ancient Celtic Festival and enjoy many other special events throughout the year. Free parking and good disabled access across the site.

In the heart of Chichester, this magnificent year old Cathedral has treasures ranging from medieval stone stately to sussex famous 20th century artworks. Open every day and all year with free entry. Free guided tours and special homes for children. A fascinating place to visit. Open: 7. All are welcome. Choral Evensong daily except Wednesday during term time. Admission: Free entry.

Donations greatly appreciated. Nestled between the sea and the South Downs a weekend in Worthing will be packed with fun. For ideas, inspiration and a calendar of events check out disocoverworthing.

Take in the breath-taking views of the Hastings coastline while you explore the history of this iconic building. Learn how the Battle of Hastings unfolded in the medieval siege tent, as a 20 minute video show takes you on a journey from right up to the present day. Wander through the Castle grounds and be transported back through time, explore the whispering dungeons and the remains of the chapel.

Whatever your age, Hastings Castle stately a fun yet education day out for all sussex family. Set within acres of carefully managed woodland with themed formal gardens to the rear, the 15th sussex moated Herstmonceux Castle embodies the history of medieval England and the romance of renaissance Europe. Starting at the front of the castle, visitors have the perfect opportunity to take some photographs before walking around to Chestnut Tree Walk and heading towards Chestnuts Tea Room and the Visitors Centre, before taking a gentle stroll around sussex formal gardens and woodland trails.

The castle operates as an International Study centre and is not freely open to the public. We do offer conducted organised tours at an extra charge. Please check our website for times and prices. Welcome to the tallest school chapel in the world, a cathedral by any other name. Come discover the peace and tranquillity of this stately revival Sussex landmark and its hidden treasures: the biggest rose window in the UK; tapestries from the William Morris looms; the Walker and Frobenius organs; and the moving story of the fallen pupils.

Or just homes in the sheer splendour and scale of the architecture and masonry. The impressive Barbican Gate was added in the 14th Century. Climb the steep zig zag steps to the Keep to get stunning panoramic views of the Sussex countryside all the way from the Downs to the coast. The adjoining Barbican House Museum is home to the Museum of Sussex Archaeology with artefacts and a mini cinema which tells the story of Lewes and the castle from early prehistoric to late Medieval times.

The museum is also home to the Battle of Lewes Tapestry which depicts the battle that opened the way for the eventual introduction of representative democracy. The moat encircles a site steeped in history dating back tofrom its foundation by Augustinian canons, through the destruction caused by the dissolution of the monasteries in Tudor times and into its later life as a country house.

On this picturesque island homes will find the magnificent Tudor mansion, impressive 14th-century gatehouse with an interactive medieval gallery, working watermill and forge, replica Bronze Age roundhouse and Elizabethan Great Homes.

In the 7acres of grounds discover the kitchen garden, physic and medieval herb garden. Visit the website for the regular events program throughout the year.

A magnificent treasure house set in the rolling South Downs National Sussex with a acre deer park, waiting to be stately. Petworth House contains the National Trust's finest collection of art. It houses an array of magnificent ancient and Neo-classical sussex, fine furniture and carvings by Grinling Gibbons.

Enchanting historic 15th century timber-framed house, with magnificent gardens, and charming cottage-style tea rooms, in the picturesque award-winning downland village of Bramber. St Mary's is still a lived-in home, with fine panelled rooms, including the unique Elizabethan trompe l'oeil Painted Room. There are five acres of beautiful gardens, with stately exceptional example of the prehistoric Ginkgo Biloba 'living fossil' tree, amusing animal topiary, and 'Secret' Garden with original Victorian fruit wall and pineapple pits, sussex rose garden, unusual circular English Poetry Garden, homes water garden and Rural Museum.

Tel: Today it has been restored to its original splendour with Indian architecture contrasted with interiors inspired by China. Features include audio guides homes various languages available for a small chargeRoyal Pavilion Tearoom, gift shop and stunning Regency Gardens. Search Search. Stately Site. Visit Site View Events. Join Sussex. Want to be part of sussex top attractions. Local Information.

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