Lewes: Attractions and more...
The city of Lewes offers a wide range of tourist attractions. Tourists mainly come here to view the historic buildings and architecture. The Anne of Cleves House is one such historic structure. It is located on Southover High Street in Lewes.
This is a timber framed house built in the 16th century. The ideal way to known about any city or town’s history and culture, is to visit the local museum. Tourists can visit the Barbican House Museum, located on the High Street in the city.
The museum holds a large collection of archaeological items.
The Firle Place has been the Gage family home for the last 500 years. The house, which was a Tudor one, was restructured as a French chateau in the 18th century. Glyde Place is yet another historic manor in the city.
The house belongs to the Elizabethan era and was built in 1569. The house holds various silver items, books and portraits which are more than 400 years old.
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