Anne of Cleves House (Lewes, East Sussex) Reviews
Description:52 Southover High Street / Lewes BN7 1JA East Sussex / Tel: : 01273 474610
Newest Review: ... but it has been incredibly well preserved, and is now a wonderful museum of Tudor life, as well as hosting a section displaying examples of local Lewes ironwork. Upon entering the museum, you come into a small gift shop, which is where you pay to enter . The gift shop is nothing too remarkable, selling a small selection of old fashioned sweets, wooden swords, and childrens dressing up ... more
Customer Anne of Cleves House (Lewes, East Sussex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/09/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I really enjoyed my holiday down in Sussex this year - largely because I managed to visit lots of places that appealed to my passion for history . I'd been wanting to visit Anne of Cleves house for a while, but despite visiting Lewes several times, I always managed to get sidetracked by the Harveys Brewery! The house is located on Southover High Street, Lewes . There is pay-and-display parking directly outside, though it is limited . However, there is a larger pay-and-display car park outside Lewes train station, which is less than five minutes walk away . The entrance to the house is quite easy to walk past without noticing, although there is a small sign ... Read the complete review
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