Rye Castle Museum

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East Street, Rother, TN31 7JY, England

01797 226728




Open Times and Prices Open 7 days a week (weather permitting ) throughout the year except on 24th and 25th December. March 30 October 31: 10:30 5:00, last admission 4:30 November 1 March 29: 10:30 am 3:30 Last admission 3:00 pm The Ypres Tower is thought to have been built in the early 14th century as part of the towns defences and is the second oldest building open to the public in Rye. (The oldest is St Marys church.) The Tower has had a chequered history and as you look round the inside you can see some of those changes in the blocked windows and doorways. From the balcony you can look over what was once one of the largest and most important harbours in the country. In the C16th it was Englands seventh busiest port; now there is farmland where once there was sea. There are good views from the balcony in all directions, and guides to tell you what you are seeing.

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