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This is an oasis of peace, wonderful but small gardens, the smell of the Rosemary herb in the Elizabethan garden soothes, all away from the busy road rumbling outside, go there if you visit Battle, it's free too.
Popped here on our way home from holiday, as didnt have time to do the Eng Heritage site justice. Lovely museum, staff very friendly, lots of very interesting and great exhibits including axe head from 1066. Perfect way to keep kids entertained for 30-45 minutes.
Lovely little place with free entry and fabulous gardens. The museum in small but comprehensive and items are well displayed. Gardens are lovely and look like someone really, really cares about them. Visit if you can!
Well laid out museum with a very helpful lady who is enthusiastic about the displays. Small but comprehensive. The gardens are lovely despite the rainy day we visited them. Drop in for some quiet time.
Small but well laid out museum. Purports to have the only 'evidence' of 1066 (an axe that was featured in Time Teams examination of the actual site of the battle itself). After spending your time in the museum wander around the gardens that surround it...More