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 Firehills and Rother Levels Attractions
This area is rural and very peaceful with beautiful views from the Firehills, it also has a lot of History, from the Romans to the Saxons , the Vikings , the Normans and and especially smuggling .
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1066 Country Walk
The 1066 Country Walk starts at Pevensey and meanders around the Battle area to finish up at Rye , if you enjoy walking take a look at the route and choose any area, as all are very attractive and provide easy to hard walking.
Pevensey Herstmonceux Boreham Street Warbleton Battle Westfield Icklesham Winchelsea Rye  Dry
Battle Abbey

Battle Abbey site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066AD
Come to the heart of 1066 country and see this fantastic building which was started in 1070 to commemorate the win by King William of Normandy over the Saxon King Harold on Senlac Field , the location of the Battle of Hastings .
Battle  Dry
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Battle Museum
Set within a beautiful walled Elizabethan styled garden is this independant museum displaying some of Battle's rich history. After the Battle of Hastings and William I, iron workers, farmers, tanners, gunpowder manufacturers and clockmakers all made Battle their home.

The oldest Guy in the world is housed in the museum while it waits to be presented to the public on November 5th every year.
Battle  Wet & Dry

Brede Giants
The Giants of Brede are a pair of wonderful Victorian Steam Pumping Engines that have been restored to working condition by the Brede Steam Engine Society.
Adjacent to the Giants is a nuclear bunker from the 1960's which is open to the public.
Brede  Wet & Dry
Buckleys Museum of Shops

Buckleys Yesterdays World
Enjoy strolling round the many Victorian and Edwardian displays, such as chemists, grocers, sweet shop, kitchen, as well as a 1930's country railway station, wireless shop, photographer's studio and many more ...
Battle  Wet & Dry

C M Booth Motor Museum
The main feature is the unique collection of Morgan 3 wheel cars, 11 are normally on display, dating from 1909 to 1935. Bicycles and tricycles, displays of toy and model cars, surrounded with auto-mobilia.
Rolvenden  Wet & Dry

Fairlight Church Tower
The church standing as it does at 536ft above sea level, and the tower a further 82 ft higher, provides a magnificent platform for viewing the surrounding area. This church is the only one that I know where the church encourages the bells to be rung by visitors. The first floor of the tower has the bell pulls, and the second floor, the bells - a bit noisy if you are passing while they are being rung.
Fairlight  Clear
The Great Hall

Great Dixter House and Gardens
Great Dixter was the home of garden writer Christopher Lloyd, who developed a most exciting garden incorporating a number of medieval buildings. The house was built in the middle of the fifteenth century, and then restored by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1910. The restoration was carried out to recreate the medieval splendour of the property, and to build domestic quarters for the Edwardian household.
Northiam  Dry

Kent and East Sussex Railway
The Railway is a living and fully working museum preserved by volunteers and enthusiasts. The track runs for 10 miles from Bodiam and its Castle in Sussex to the very pretty market town of Tenterden in Kent.
Tenterden Rolvenden Layne Northiam Bodiam  Wet & Dry

Rare Breeds Centre, Woodchurch
The South of England Rare Breeds Centre near Ashford. A perfect family day out within 100 acres of beautiful unspoilt Kent countryside.
Woodchurch  Dry

Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust
The purpose of the Trust is the preservation and maintenance of the fabric of fourteen medieval churches, with an additional interest expressed in the remains of four ruined churches. Exploring these churches is a wonderful way to spend a day.
Brenzett Brookland Broomhill Burmarsh Dymchurch East Guldeford Fairfield Ivychurch Lydd Newchurch New Romney Old Romney Snargate Snave St Mary in the Marsh  Dry

Rye Bay Nature Reserve
A fantastic place to explore, with a wide range of birds both migrating and local in this unique shingle environment, many walks cater for both the general public and specialist birdwatchers.
Rye Harbour Camber Rye Winchelsea Beach Winchelsea  Wet & Dry
Ypres Tower

Rye Castle Museum
Rye Castle Museum is the local history museum for the beautiful maritime town of Rye. It displays objects from Rye's long history and also introduces you to Rye's illustrious past.
Rye  Wet & Dry

Stocks Mill - Wittersham
This is the tallest of Kents remaining post mills. It takes its name from the surrounding area, called 'The Stocks' on mid-19th century maps and is run by Kent County Council .
Wittersham  Wet & Dry
Cliff End

Submerged Forest at Pett Level
After the last Ice Age about 6000 years ago, the Sea Level was about 150ft lower than todays level, due to the Polar Regions having significantly more ice than at present. A forest grew under the sea at Cliff End near the village of Pett , at a time when England was joined by a land bridge to the continent.
Pett  Low Tide

Tenterden Museum
The Museum is housed in one of the last representatives of a type of industrial building common in the area in the latter part of the 19th Century. This small museum houses a wide range of local artifacts and collections.
Tenterden  Wet & Dry


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