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Castles

  1. Bodiam Castle, East Sussex ©National Trust Images Chris Lacey
    One of Britain’s most picturesque castles in the heart of a historic landscape.
    1. 16 Feb 20193 Nov 2019
    2. 4 Nov 201931 Dec 2019
    3. 1 Jan 20193 Nov 2019
    4. 4 Nov 201931 Dec 2019
    5. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
    1. 25 Mar 201630 Oct 2016
    2. 1 Jan 201624 Mar 2016
    3. 4 Mar 201729 Oct 2017
    4. 2 Mar 20193 Nov 2019
  2. Camber Castle was one link in the chain of forts built along the south coast by Henry VIII in 1544. It was abandoned soon after it was built and is a rare example of its kind.
    1. 4 Jul 201527 Sep 2015
    2. 1 Jan 201531 Dec 2015
    3. 4 Jul 201627 Sep 2016
    4. 4 Jul 201727 Sep 2017
    5. 4 Jul 201827 Sep 2018
    6. 4 Jul 201927 Sep 2019
  3. A Roman fortress built in 4thC as a defence against Saxon pirates, includes fine west gate. Norman castle built within Roman walls contains remains of unusual keep. Tudor gun. Exhibition.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
    2. 1 Jan 201431 Dec 2014
    3. 1 Jan 201531 Dec 2015
    4. 1 Jan 201631 Dec 2016
    5. 1 Jan 201731 Dec 2017
    6. 1 Jan 201831 Dec 2018
    7. 1 Jan 201931 Dec 2019
  4. Fragmentary remains of Norman Castle built on West Hill after William the Conqueror's victory at the Battle of Hastings. 1066 Story interpretation centre in siege tent.
    1. 7 Feb 201529 Mar 2015
    2. 3 Apr 201531 Oct 2015
    3. 1 Nov 20151 Mar 2016
    4. 25 Mar 201631 Oct 2016
    5. 11 Feb 201719 Feb 2017
    6. 1 Jan 201710 Feb 2017
    7. 20 Feb 201731 Mar 2017
    8. 1 Apr 201731 Oct 2017
  5. Many displays on smuggling, military, police, coastal and maritime history and with things for children to do! See how Women prisoners were treated in the 19th Century. Open all year round.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
    2. 1 Jan 201431 Dec 2014
    3. 1 Jan 201531 Mar 2015
    4. 1 Apr 201531 Oct 2015
    5. 1 Jan 201631 Mar 2016
    6. 1 Jan 201731 Mar 2017
    7. 1 Jan 201831 Mar 2018
    8. 1 Jan 201931 Mar 2019
    9. 1 Jan 202031 Mar 2020
  6. 3 East Street site - it now houses exhibitions from Rye's history including its unique C18th fire engine. Many visitors are especially interested in the wooden Tunbridge ware, the tobacco pipes and the examples of pottery made in Rye for which the town was famous. There are also several paintings showing the changes in Rye, its rivers and harbour over the past few centuries. This site is open from April to October at weekends.
    1. 1 Apr 201030 Oct 2010
    2. 1 Apr 201130 Oct 2011
    3. 1 Apr 201230 Oct 2012
    4. 1 Apr 201330 Oct 2013
    5. 1 Apr 201430 Oct 2014
    6. 1 Apr 201530 Oct 2015
    7. 1 Apr 201630 Oct 2016
    8. 1 Apr 201730 Oct 2017
    9. 1 Apr 201830 Oct 2018
    10. 1 Apr 201930 Oct 2019
  7. Historic sites
    Beyond the famous battlefield, 1066 Country is rich in history – from giant steam pumps to literary inspirations.
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