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Virtual Tours courtesy of local firm 3D Media Solutions. Click on our property names and use your cursor to explore within each of the images Anne of Cleves House Museum & Gardens, Fishbourne Roman Palace Museum, Lewes Castle & Museum … Continue reading
In this time of uncertainty we have decided to close our six historic sites including the gardens. This is in line with government guidance on the spread of coronavirus and the need to safeguard the health of our staff, volunteers … Continue reading
Sussex Past takes the health and welfare of its staff and visitors seriously. We are following Public Health England advice to ensure our historic properties continue to be safe and welcoming for everyone.
The complete series of the five South Downs National Park Books are available at a special offer price of only £25. These books are available in all our museums’ shops or online plus £3.50 p&p. Click here to order today. … Continue reading
Since 1847 the Society has published its Sussex Archaeological Collections annually. Carefully curated by the research team, it has become the first port of call for anyone interested in the history and archaeology of Sussex and the south east. Editions … Continue reading
Experts have found the remains of Britain’s earliest rabbit – a discovery which reveals bunnies arrived in the country 1,000 years earlier than previously thought. Rabbits are native to Spain and France. It had been thought they were a medieval … Continue reading
The Society has been working with local firm 3D Media Solutions to capture Anne of Cleves House Museum & Gardens, Fishbourne Roman Palace Museum, Lewes Castle & Museum and Michelham Priory House in 3D. Click on each of the property … Continue reading
The Gardens & Environment volunteering team at Michelham Priory has grown from just two members in 2014, to 18 this year. To support this dedicated team, which cares for the site’s eleven acres of gardens and grounds, the Sussex Archaeological … Continue reading