English Heritage In Sussex

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A Roman palace, French victory on a battlefield and the subsequent Norman castles are a few of the things held in trust by English Heritage in Sussex.
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    Bayham Old Abbey - 12 Miles
    The impressive ruins of an abbey of Premonstratensian 'white canons', on the Kent-Sussex border. Th…Similar
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    Priest House - 14 Miles (6.1)
    Standing in the beautiful surroundings of a traditional cottage garden on the edge of Ashdown Fores…Similar
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    Battle of Hastings - 26 Miles
    On 14 October 1066 an army of invading Normans defeated the English at the Battle of Hastings in Ea…Similar
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    Bramber Castle - 27 Miles (9.6)
    The remains of a Norman castle on the banks of the River Adur, founded by William de Braose c. 1075…Similar
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    England's leading museum of historic buildings, set in 50 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside.Similar
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    Lewes Castle - 28 Miles (7.7)
    This imposing Norman castle offers magnificent views across the town of Lewes and surrounding downl…Similar
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    This 15th-century timber framed Wealden hall-house was given to Anne as part of her divorce settlem…Similar
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    Michelham Priory - 29 Miles
    Explore the Tudor mansion that evolved from the former AugustinianPriory, set on an island encircle…Similar
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    Camber Castle - 30 Miles (6.9)
    The ruins of an unusually unaltered artillery fort, built by Henry VIII to guard the port of Rye. T…Similar
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    Boxgrove Priory - 30 Miles
    The guest house and other remains of a Benedictine priory: much of the fine 12th to 14th century m…Similar
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    Marlipins Museum - 31 Miles (5.5)
    Once a medieval Customs house, Marlipins now holds artefacts from the Shoreham area and the maritim…Similar
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    Pevensey Castle - 32 Miles (5.6)
    With a history stretching back over 16 centuries, Pevensey Castle chronicles more graphically than …Similar
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    In the 1st century AD, this Roman palace was probably the largest domestic building in Britain. Tod…Similar
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