Anne of Cleves’ House,
52 Southover High Street,
Expect to pay about £4 for an adult and half that for a child.
The bedroom and kitchen are furnished to reflect an earlier period.
A display featuring Lewes from the 16th century to the present day.
The Wealden ironwork gallery
How to get there:
Anne of Cleves House is located just south of the town centre in Southover High Street, about seven minutes walk from the railway station. Lewes is easily accessed from the A27, A26 and A275. Drivers using the A27 should enter the town from the eastern end of the Lewes by-pass via the Cuilfail Tunnel. Lewes railway station is served by regular trains from Brighton, Eastbourne, Hastings and London. You can also get buses 28 or 29 from Brighton.
If you are visiting Anne of Cleves House, why not visit Lewes Castle too.
Anne of Cleves House is a 15th century timber-framed Wealden hall-house that formed part of Anne's divorce settlement from Henry VIII in 1541. The house contains wide-ranging collections of Sussex interest, including Sussex pottery, and the bedroom and kitchen are furnished to reflect an earlier period.