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The weather in Lewes
Above are the weather conditions for Lewes District. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 21° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. July is the driest month.
Get away from it all at a Lewes holiday cottage
Head to Lewes accommodations and look forward to shopping, dining, and sightseeing in this quintessentially English destination. From fish and chips to walks in the countryside, there's much to see and do in rural England.
Art and culture in Lewes and beyond
Among the best times to visit Lewes is the 5th of November, when the town transforms into a Medieval pagan protest complete with effigies, firecrackers, and pitchforks. It's an incredibly interesting tradition, if not slightly bizarre, and it certainly puts Lewes on the map.
If you're visiting at the different time, fear not, there are plenty of other things to see and do. Lewes Castle, an ancient fortification, looms over the town. Once used for defence, the castle is now home to a museum, gallery space, and café. The Glyndebourne Opera House, just a few miles from town, is a stunning structure set in a stately home. Also worth checking out is Anne of Cleves House, given to Anne after she divorced Henry VIII. Open to the public, it's a wonderful historical facet of this seaside town.
Excursions around Lewes
Nearby Brighton is the obvious place for a day trip from Lewes. Its quaint shops and outstanding selection of bars, restaurants, and museums such as the Brighton Pavilion make for a wonderful day out. Lewes also provides excellent access to the South Downs. This natural spot is perfect for hiking, biking, picnicking, and pubbing – you'll find several country pubs scattered throughout the area.
Head east along the coast, and you'll find the delightful town of Hasting. Famous for its role in ancient wars, the town boasts the ruins of the country's oldest castle and several small museums and galleries. Ride the cliff railway to the viewpoint and take in the spectacular sunsets over the stunning south coast.
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