Pevensey Castle

4.4/5 based on 1423 reviews
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Надзвичайне місце, дихає історіями про королів і принцес. Замок просто чарівний
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Family friendly beautiful place to visit for all ages. The lady in the small shop was wonderful 😊
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A very nice roman fort and medieval castle full if history fron 273AD to ww2 with some early ditches from 1066
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Interesting visit
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This gem has been on my 'to do list' for a long while..The National Trust manage the Castle, but the Roman Walls are free to roam as a public path runs from east to west..The couple of hours we spent here was amazing and was worth waiting for ..We enjoyed our time there, stepping back in history in such lovely surroundings..Thank you 👍
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Possibly the oldest & best preserved Roman walls in Britain. Originally built in the late 3rd century AD as a Roman coastal defence fortress, back then, it was positioned on a peninsula surrounded by the sea, over time, marsh land surrounding it has silted up making it land locked. The fort was later used by Saxon invaders & later still, by William of Normandy who added extra fortifications to the castle, it was at Pevensey William landed prior to the Battle of Hastings. A fantastic castle/fortress to explore, (kids will love it), big kids too. Managed by English Heritage, booking in advance will save a little money, of course, if you're a member, you enter for free. There is a small shop inside the castle which is also where you pay. Just outside the outer Roman wall at the entrance, you'll find an outstanding cafe/tearoom which I highly recommend as I do this excellent castle. Note, parking next to the castle is pay & display.
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(Translated by Google) Learned a bit about English history.

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Naučio malo o Engleskoj povijesti.
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Beautiful and peaceful.
Good to visiting
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(Translated by Google) Very spacious, good that you can take the dog with you.

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Sehr weitläufig, gut, dass man den Hund mitnehmen kann.
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Good experience, great food and drink in local pubs.
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Hammer 🇬🇧🤘🏽
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Visiting an old castle is always worthwhile. The adio guide is nice to listen to and helps you to follow the right track. The lady at the income is really friendly.
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Lovely place for a sunset walk with the family and the hound.
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(Translated by Google) That's great to see

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Super to trzeba zobaczyc
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valuable place in terms of history. Tickets too expensive. Not a very attractive place for me. But it's worth checking out for yourself.
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Nice place to visit, well kept grounds by English Heritage. Hottest day of the year so far......scorchio🤣
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Lovely meal 💐
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Surprisingly good for a ruin fully recommend especially if you are already a member of English heritage. Tea room outside also very nice
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Pretty castle with a thousand years of history. There are 2 small exhibitions explaining the history of the Roman fort which was later adapted into a Norman castle. Lovely tea rooms close by.
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First built by the Romans, Pevensey castle is a lovely place to visit for anyone interested in history. We did the audio tour and it really helped us understand the history of the place, we found the staff to be really helpful as well.
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Walked round the wall but didn't go in
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Very interesting and informative regarding arrival of William the Conqueror and his army prior to 1066 Battle with King Harold's army. Visit Battle Abbey and battlefield also.
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Yet another beautiful castle and historic site on the South Coast. This location has some of the best preserved Roman walls in the UK. We attended late in the afternoon so the Norman Castle was due to close. But the site of the Roman fort stays open. This meant it was quiet when we attended.
It was great seeing a few families having a picnic in the grounds. Would definitely recommend to history buffs as well as those who'd just like to go to a beautiful and peaceful location.
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Beautiful grounds. Great spot for the family or own your own. The grounds are free but to go inside the castle ruins and check out what rooms are there you will have to pay. There are lovely areas to stop for a picture.
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Great place to visit with friendly staff
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