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Inspiration

  1. Thanks to the Sussex Archaeological Society - known as Sussex Past - three important historical sites in the town have been preserved for visitors to enjoy. Soon to celebrate their 175th birthday, they are the oldest Archaeological Society in England and maintain Bull House, the former residence of Tom Paine, Lewes Castle, and Anne of Cleves House, a Tudor property bequeathed to its namesake by Henry VIII
  2. Art & Culture
    The Lewes area is rich in cultural heritage having once been the home of Virginia Woolf and a favourite countryside retreat for The Bloomsbury Set. It is also home to numerous traditional crafts people and contemporary artists whose work is regularly shown in Galleries.
  3. Meet the people of Lewes District who celebrate our spirit of independence
    Meet The People of Lewes District who celebrate our spirit of independence. This campaign centered around the diversity of the people who live and work in the District.
  4. Family Fun
    The Lewes district is a child friendly place with many visitor attractions sympathetically designed with the whole family in mind.
  5. What’s On
    From Glyndebourne festival to Lewes bonfire, we have a fantastic selection of events, fairs and concerts all year round.
  6. The Hovel at Housedean
    Whether you enjoy a night under canvas, a cottage or a boutique hotel, we have some great places to stay in some stunning locations across the Lewes district.
  7. Food & Drink
    The Lewes area in Sussex is full of excellent places to eat and drink. From historic pubs and tearooms to fine dining restaurants and locally produced artisan fayre.
  8. Follow circular routes of discovery from The Greenwich Meridian Trail to the Eric Slater trail

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Lewes High Street in the 1930s

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