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Not a great deal to see, but lively views and an engaging museum. Little kids may find this rather dull, although mine enjoyed pretending their umbrellas were bows and arrows and fighting off invaders!
This is the second time I have visited the Lewes Castle. The first time I visited in November. I recommend seeing it during the summertime. The grounds are well kept with lovely flowers. The views are great. I am a bit squeamish about winding staircases...More
We'd been to Lewes castle back in 1999 and returned on a trip in July 2018. It's just as impressive 20 years later. It's pretty unique having the castle basically in the center of town so when you get to the top of the climb...More
The entrance fee (recommended as dual together with Anne of Cleve’s house) for the castle, or what’s left of it, is too high. However, it should be taken into account that the museum is really worth it; the history of the town is presented (if...More
This is by no means the biggest castle you will ever visit, but it has a fascinating history. You will be rewarded with some fabulous views all around the castle, these include the town itself and the South Downs.
We visited today and we found it quite interesting. Small garden area, a few towers to climb and look around, with a couple of areas to see some great views. We found some of the information repeated through the the info. boards....
Not that big,...More
We paid for a dual ticket covering Anne of Cleves house as well as this attraction which is good as with GiftAid we can come back for a year and you may not want to do both of these attractions on the same day.. You...More
This is an excellent presentation of local Sussex history at a very fair price. The castle requires some energy to fully appreciate as there are many steps and stairs to negotiate, but the view from the top is well worth the effort on a fine...More
Hi, there isn't a cafe on site but there is a Cafe Nero within a few minutes, there is a pub across the road (The Brewers Arms) which is very good and i think they do coffee etc. If memory serves correct, the entry for the... More
Hi, there isn't a cafe on site but there is a Cafe Nero within a few minutes, there is a pub across the road (The Brewers Arms) which is very good and i think they do coffee etc. If memory serves correct, the entry for the castle and museum was about £6.50. Hope that helps you.