Anne of Cleves House
Historic House / Palace
Discover how the Tudors and Elizabethans lived, worked and relaxed at home. An impressive 15th century timber framed Wealden hall -house, it was given to Anne as part of her divorce settlement from Henry VIII. This atmospheric house displays authentically furnished rooms and its garden uses traditional plants and Tudor planting. It also contains the Museum of Lewes history, Tom Paine and the Wealden iron industry.
The house and enclosed gardens are available for weddings and functions and family events are held throughout the year including a Tudor Day in October where you can find out what the Tudors liked to eat, music, refreshments & a chance to meet the resident Tudor Housewife.
- Visit England Awards - Code of Practice 2011
- Tourism South East Award - Tourism South East Member 2014
- Quality Assured Visitor Attraction VB Attraction
|2014 (01/02/2014 - 30/11/2014)|
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