A non-working smock mill in the dead centre of Sussex.
|Church of St John Sub Castro
(10am-5pm Saturday and Sunday)
The imposing castle-like 19th century church near the
Pells built on the remains of an old Saxon church.
|Lewes Crown and County Court
A neo-classical faÁade masks a much older interior.
|Lewes Friends Meeting House (Saturday
The Quaker Meeting House offers tours, teas and childrens’
|Lamb House, 3 Chapel Hill
A little-known Lewes landmark which boasts some recently
decorated Chinese wooden panels typical of the 18th century
(Saturday 10.30-4pm, pre-book tours (10.30, 12.30 and
2.30) on 01273 484112)
Check inside this historical building and, best of all,
have something to eat in its beautiful sculpted garden.
A guided tour around the ruins of what used to be England’s
largest building. And a look at its herb garden, too.
(Saturday tours 10am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm. Pre-booking
required on 01273 471469)
Oak panelled rooms and a great Jacobean staircase in what
used to be the Star Inn.
|Monk’s House, Rodmell
Virginia Woolf’s country retreat is offering free
|St Anne’s Church
(Saturday tours on the hour, 10am-3pm)
Lewes’ oldest church, with an interesting anchorite’s
cell and a magnificent Tudor pulpit.