Climb to the top of this Norman Castle for stunning panoramic views across Sussex and Brack Mount, Lewes Castle has not one but two castle mounds.
The adjoining Museum of Sussex Archaeology, displaying artefacts from prehistoric to medieval Sussex. In addition, temporary exhibitions showcase treasures from our collections. There is a delightful model of the town and a short film telling the story of Lewes.
Bring picnics to enjoy in the lovely gardens and look out for talks and workshops throughout the year.
|Family (2 adults + up to 4 children)||£22.80||£20.70|
|Family (1 adult + up to 3 children)||£11.90||£10.80|
Carer for Disabled (if required) Free
Free Admission for members of The Sussex Archaeological Society
*Gift Aid your admission which includes a voluntary donation of at least 10%. Thank you!Lewes Castle & Museum Tickets
Opening Hours – from 17th May 2021
March to October 10.00am to 5.30pm
November to February 10.00am to 4.00pm
Last Admission 30 minutes before closure
Gift and Bookshop open until closure
Lewes has good train and bus links. The train station is a five minute walk from the castle and there is a taxi rank outside the main entrance to the station.
Buses stop in the High Street, close to the castle.
For further help with public transport visit Traveline. Car parking and coach parking are available in the town.
Accessibility. The historic nature of the castle site means access is limited to ground level for anyone who has difficulty walking. There is an accessible pavilion in the Gun Garden with panels depicting the panorama visible from the top of the keep. Assistance dogs are welcome and some interpretation panels are in braille. The museum: there is a small flight of steps down to the ground floor galleries and another, larger, flight up to those on the first floor. Due to the historic nature of the building there is no lift. Large print information is available at the reception desk and in the galleries.
Address: 169 High St, Lewes BN7 1YE
Phone: 01273 486290Buy Tickets