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All reviews surrounding countryside worth the climb short film spiral staircase superb views centre of town highest point interesting history south downs combined ticket worth a visit information boards mobility problems ticket office entrance fee couple of hours sunny day
3 of us had a wonderful day out in Lewes. The staff in the museum shop were very helpful and we took time out to look around and watch the short film which helped us understand the history of the castle and the town. There...More
This was a lovely find and although we visited with friends, children would love exploring and the hands on experiences here. Set in the middle of Lewes the views from the top are wonderful ( the climb wouldn’t be suitable for those with mobility problems)...More
If you love castles and ruins this is right up your street. There is enough left to explore and have great views from. Great place for photography. Although I didn't take any phone battery was low but wish I had. As with most castles theirs...More
I absolutely love going up to Lewes Castle.
The views of the town and the Downs from the top are absolutely amazing as has been noted in other reviews. They also have signs everywhere explaining about the views.
If you gift aid your admission ticket...More
We purchased tickets to Lewes Castle/ Museum and Anne of Cleves House as a package deal on Groupon. By far the best way to do it as we made quite a saving. We visited on a Saturday and a wedding was about to take place...More
A very interesting place to visit the remaining parts of the castle are in good condition with amazing views over the town and the information provided around the site is very educational also the museum has a great video
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.