The Southeast

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  • 1. Arundel Castle

    Castle/Palace

    You've probably already seen Arundel Castle without knowing it, at least on screen. Its striking resemblence to Windsor means that it's frequently...Read More

  • 2. Battle Abbey

    Ruins

    Situated six miles northwest of Hastings, this great Benedictine abbey was erected by William the Conqueror on the site of the Battle of Hastings...Read More

  • 3. Bodiam Castle

    Castle/Palace

    Immortalized in paintings, photographs, and films, Bodiam Castle (pronounced Boe -dee-um) rises out of the distance like a piece of medieval...Read More

  • 4. Canterbury Cathedral

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    The focal point of the city was the first of England's great Norman cathedrals. Nucleus of worldwide Anglicanism, the Cathedral Church of Christ...Read More

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  • 5. Charleston

    Historic Home

    Art and life mixed at Charleston, the farmhouse that Vanessa Bell—sister of Virginia Woolf—bought in 1916 and fancifully decorated, along with...Read More

  • 6. Chichester Cathedral

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Standing on Roman foundations, 900-year-old Chichester Cathedral has a glass panel that reveals Roman mosaics uncovered during restorations...Read More

  • 7. Church of King Charles the Martyr

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This important parish church dates from 1678, when the area was little more than a mineral spring surrounded by fields; the modern town of Tunbridge...Read More

  • 8. Dover Castle

    Castle/Palace

    Spectacular and with plenty to explore, Dover Castle, towering high above the ramparts of the white cliffs, is a mighty medieval castle that...Read More

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  • 9. Herstmonceux Castle

    Castle/Palace

    With a banner waving from one tower and a glassy moat crossed by what was once a drawbridge, this fairy-tale castle has everything except knights...Read More

  • 10. Hever Castle

    Castle/Palace

    It's hard to imagine a more romantic castle than this: nestled within rolling hills, all turrets and battlements, the whole encircled by a water...Read More

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  • 11. i360

    Viewpoint

    Designed by the same people who made the London Eye, this seaside viewing platform ascends 531 feet into the air, allowing an incredible view...Read More

  • 12. Ightham Mote

    Historic Home

    This wonderful, higgledy-piggledy, timber-framed medieval manor house looks like something out of a fairy tale. Even its name is a bit of an...Read More

  • 13. Knole

    Historic Home

    The pleasant but workaday town of Sevenoaks, seven miles northwest of Tonbridge, lies in London's commuter belt, a world away from the baronial...Read More

  • 14. Leeds Castle

    Castle/Palace

    Every inch the grand medieval castle, Leeds is more like a storybook illustration of what an English castle should look like, from the fortresslike...Read More

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  • 15. Pallant House Gallery

    Museum/Gallery

    This small but important collection of mostly modern British art includes work by Henry Moore and Graham Sutherland. It's in a modern extension...Read More

  • 16. RHS Garden Wisley

    Garden

    Wisley is the Royal Horticultural Society's innovative and inspirational 240-acre showpiece, beloved by horticulturalists across this garden...Read More

  • 17. Royal Pavilion

    Museum/Gallery

    The city's most remarkable building is this delightfully over-the-top domed and pinnacled fantasy. Built as a simple seaside villa in the fashionable...Read More

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  • 18. Sissinghurst Castle Garden

    Garden

    One of the most famous gardens in the world, unpretentiously beautiful and quintessentially English, Sissinghurst rests deep in the Kentish...Read More

  • 19. St. Nicholas Church

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Just across the road from Arundel Cathedral is another equally impressive—and equally oversized—religious building. This 14th-century parish...Read More

  • 20. Watts Gallery and Memorial Chapel

    Museum/Gallery

    An extraordinary small museum, the Watts Gallery was built in tiny Compton in 1904 by the late-19th-century artist George Frederic Watts (1817...Read More

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