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Cowdray Ruins

Easebourne Category Historic Sites
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Cowdray is one of England’s most important early Tudor houses. This visitor attraction, visited by Queen Elizabeth I and King Henry VIII, was partially destroyed by fire in 1793.

Its magnificent ruins are set in the stunning landscape of Cowdray Park, in the heart of the South Downs National Park.

Admission

• Adults – £6.50
• Over 60s/disabled/students – £5.50
• Children (5-16) – £3.75
• Family – £16.00 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
• Child under 5 – FREE
• Carer of disabled person – FREE 

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