Sights & Attractions in The Southeast

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Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Buttermarket
Mercery Lane, with its medieval-style cottages and massive, overhanging...
Neighborhoods / Streets Canterbury
 
Canterbury Heritage Museum
The medieval Poor Priests' Hospital is the site of this quirky...
Museums / Galleries Canterbury
 
The Canterbury Tales
Take an audiovisual tour of the sights, sounds (and smells) of...
Museums / Galleries Canterbury
 
Chapel Down Winery
After decades as little more than the butt of jokes, the English...
Wineries / Breweries Rye
 
Christchurch Gate
This immense gate, built in 1517, leads into the cathedral close...
Religious Sites Canterbury
 
Eastbridge Hospital of St. Thomas
The 12th-century building (which would now be called a hostel)...
Religious Sites Canterbury
 
Lamb House
Something about Lamb House, an early-18th-century dwelling, attracts...
Houses / Mansions Rye
 
Pallant House Gallery
This small but important collection of mostly modern British...
Houses / Mansions Chichester
 
Rye Castle Museum
The diminutive Rye Castle Museum, below the remains of the castle...
Museums / Galleries Rye
 
Sea Life Centre
Near Brighton Pier, this aquarium has many sea-dwelling creatures—from...
Zoos / Aquariums Brighton
 
St. Augustine's Abbey
One of the oldest monastic sites in the country, this was the...
Religious Sites Canterbury
 
Volk's Electric Railway
Built by inventor Magnus Volk in 1883, this was the first public...
Transportation Sites Brighton
 
Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
On the outskirts of Singleton, a secluded village 5 miles north...
Museums / Galleries Chichester
 
Winchelsea
Like Rye, Winchelsea perches prettily atop its own small hill...
Towns Rye
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