Rye Castle

★★★☆☆

rye castle

It was Henry III who gave permission for the castle to be built as part of the defense against the frequent raids by the French. At the time, the coast was under constant threat from the French, who were warring with England.
Rye Castle, also known as Ypres Tower is a grade I listed building. Exhibits in the tower include locally-made medieval pottery, an embroidery depicting many aspects of Rye life and history, medieval artifacts, activities and town maps.

Anything wrong with the information about this place ? Do you want to add more details ? Please  click here...

If you want to change some of the information or you want to add new information, please send us a message:

Your message:x



Location
Rye, East Sussex, United Kingdom
view map

Built
13th century

Rate this castle

Leave a comment

Your name:


Your comment:


Before submiting, you might want to check our terms of service and posting rules

Before submitting you might want to check our terms of service and posting rules

Do you have a nice picture of this place ? Please upload it here:

Image attach might not work on older mobiles
Your Name (optional): if you want to be credited with the picture





See also