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Pevensey is administered by English Heritage and there is an entry fee if you are not a member. There is also a charge for parking (including Disabled - not English Hertitage) but at £2.00 for all day, its not over the top. The entrance fee...More
We didn't know what to expect, as there were some mild reviews on TripAdvisor as well as good ones, but we absolutely loved it. There were free audiophiles included in the entrance fee, which we chose not to get. I didn't buy a guidebook until...More
We knew that Pevensey was a ruin, and our expectations were low. But we were surprised - and thoroughly enjoyed our visit having learned a lot more than we expected. The Roman outer walls were well explained by information boards. Inside the Norman inner castle...More
A fairly well preserved castle, with plenty of the walls and Keep remaining to keep you interested. Along with the infor boards they offer an audio programme to follow the trail. Not advisable for the disabled or infirmed as many of the towers require walking...More
My husband and I stopped here en route to Kent and were pleased we had made the detour. Very interesting and enjoyable visit with lots to see. Also a lovely area, so well worth visiting and highly recommended.
Nice sight (very spacious!) with a Roman outer wall and steep stairs down into a dungeon! , £6 for and adult to enter and £2 all day parking. Two local pubs with excellent gardens and food. Nice day out :)
The grounds are free but there's not much to see. It's just a nice stroll with a pub and tea room outside which are both very good. It does have an area you can pay to get into. The main castle itself. It's a bit...More