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Museums in Rye

Each month we take a look at the best things to do in and around Rye and here are the latest, most popular things to do according to our visitors in .

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Rye Museum: Ypres Tower

In Rye
01797 226 728
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The Rye Museum has two sites, the Ypres Tower (early 14th century) and the East Street site. The Tower has had many roles in its history from a fortification to protect the town, to a private dwelling, a prison and a mortuary. It is the oldest building–except for St Mary’s church–open to the public in … more

Rye Museum: Ypres Tower

Romney Marsh Wartime Collection

Brenzett 6.9 miles from Rye
07818 891 336

Winchelsea Court Hall Museum

Winchelsea 2.1 miles from Rye
01797 226 642
07918 704 559
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A small local museum with exhibits on the ancient town of Winchelsea, the Cinque Ports and their history. Maps, coins, seals, pictures, weights and measures, local pottery, photographs and other memorabilia are all on display.

Rye Museum: East Street

In Rye
01797 226 728
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Rye Museum has two sites in the town: Ypres Tower and East Street which is the main site for exhibits and public events such as talks and coffee mornings. It houses changing exhibitions concerning different aspects of Rye life. The latest of these features Ryes connections to Royal Weddings. A major exhibit features Captain Pugwash, … more

Rye Museum: East Street

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Glencoe Farm
Glencoe Farm

Set in 5 acres and yet just over a five minute walk to the town centre and citadel of Rye, … more

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Jeake's House
Jeake's House

Award winning 17th century town house in medieval cobbled street

Cadborough Cottages
Cadborough Cottages

Walking distance from Rye. Ample parking. Peaceful location.

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