Things to do in Rye
Historic small town at the confluence of the rivers Rother, Tillingham and Brede. In medieval times, it was one of the Cinque Ports and almost entirely surrounded by the sea.
How are you going to spend your free time in Rye? If you need any suggestions, we've got lots of great things to do.
English Heritage - Enjoy a family guided tour around this historic castle built by Henry VIII.
National Trust - One of many delightful buildings lining Rye's cobbled streets.
Kent & East Sussex Railway
The country's finest example of a rural light railway.☎ 01580765155Recommended by George Taylor, Canterbury
Colonel Stephens Museum
Extraordinary collection of materials, vividly tells the story of Colonel Stephens and his exotic collection of bizarre railways.
Rare Breeds Centre And Country Farm Park
Wide variety of animals and plenty of opportunities to play an have fun. Perfect family day out set in 120 acres.☎ 01233861493
Rye Castle Museum
Rye Castle Museum exists to provide access to an Scheduled Monument (the Ypres Tower or Rye Castle) and a collection of artefacts.☎ 01797226728
Ash & Luckhurst Wood FREE
Ash Plantation and Luckhurst Wood, known as Ash and Luckhurst Wood, are 2 separate woodlands approximately 250 metres apart.
Rye Golf Club
Rye Golf Club is a private members golf club in East Sussex and is a beautiful example of and english traditional links golf course on the south coast ofEngland.☎ 01797-225241
London Beach Golf Hotel
Hemsted Forest Golf Club
Tenterden Golf Club
Tenterden Leisure Centre
Welcome to Tenterden Leisure Centre where you can swim, work out and play sports all under one roof.
Grove Farm Riding School
Learn to ride.☎ 01797280362
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