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The UK has four separate heritage organisations representing the constituent countries; Cadw, English Heritage, Historic Scotland and Northern Ireland Environment Agency. They are responsible for the maintenance of some of the most iconic and historic buildings throughout the lands.
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  1. #51
    England's leading museum of historic buildings, set in 50 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside.Similar
  2. #52
    Lewes Castle - 28 Miles (7.7)
    This imposing Norman castle offers magnificent views across the town of Lewes and surrounding downl…Similar
  3. #53
    Duxford Chapel - 28 Miles
    A modest but complete and attractive 14th-century chantry chapel, perhaps originally a hospital.Similar
  4. #54
    This 15th-century timber framed Wealden hall-house was given to Anne as part of her divorce settlem…Similar
  5. #55
    Michelham Priory - 29 Miles
    Explore the Tudor mansion that evolved from the former AugustinianPriory, set on an island encircle…Similar
  6. #56
    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
  7. #57
    Boxgrove Priory - 30 Miles
    The guest house and other remains of a Benedictine priory: much of the fine 12th to 14th century m…Similar
  8. #58
    Marlipins Museum - 31 Miles (5.5)
    Once a medieval Customs house, Marlipins now holds artefacts from the Shoreham area and the maritim…Similar
  9. #59
    Northington Grange - 32 Miles
    Set like a lakeside temple in a landscaped park, Northington Grange is the foremost example of the …Similar
  10. #60
    Pevensey Castle - 32 Miles (5.6)
    With a history stretching back over 16 centuries, Pevensey Castle chronicles more graphically than …Similar
  11. #61
    St Augustines Abbey - 33 Miles
    This great abbey, marking the rebirth of Christianity in southern England, was founded shortly afte…Similar
  12. #62
    The Conduit House is part of the monastic waterworks which supplied nearby St Augustine's Abbey.Similar
  13. #63
    In the 1st century AD, this Roman palace was probably the largest domestic building in Britain. Tod…Similar
  14. #64
    Conduit House was built in the early 17th century to supply water to the city of Oxford, and was in…Similar
  15. #65
    Fully restored and re-equipped with its cannon, this is one of 103 ingeniously-designed artillery t…Similar
  16. #66
    A pretty thatched 13th-century chapel with lancet windows.Similar
  17. #67
    Donnington Castle - 36 Miles
    The striking twin-towered 14th-century gatehouse of this castle, later the focus of a Civil War sie…Similar
  18. #68
    Bushmead Priory - 37 Miles
    A rare survival of the complete refectory of an Augustinian priory, with fine timber roof and notab…Similar
  19. #69
    Reculver Towers - 37 Miles (9.9)
    An imposing landmark, the twin 12th-century towers of the ruined church stand amid the remains of a…Similar
  20. #70
    Wolvesey Castle - 38 Miles (5.2)
    Begun as a 12th-century Norman keep and bailey castle, the palace was the chief residence of the Bi…Similar
  21. #71
    The ruins of a medieval palace (together with later additions) used by the Bishops and senior clerg…Similar
  22. #72
    Flowerdown Barrows - 39 Miles
    Three Bronze Age burial mounds, once part of a much larger 'barrow cemetery', including two bowl ba…Similar
  23. #73
    Deddington Castle - 40 Miles (6.1)
    Extensive earthworks marking the site of an 11th-century motte andbailey castle.Similar
  24. #74
    Portchester Castle - 40 Miles (6.7)
    Portchester Castle's commanding location has made it a major factor in the Solent's defences for hu…Similar
  25. #75
    The remains of a large, wellbuilt Roman courtyard villa. The mostimportant feature is a near comple…Similar
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