The 16th-century Camber Castle was part of Henry VIII’s coastal defence, however, it was used as a garrison for only a short period as the Camber Harbour began to silt up not too long after the castle was completed.

You can only visit the castle as part of a guided tour and these are only conducted three days per year.

There is no access to Camber Castle by road. The closest parking is 1.6km (1 mile) away.

Camber Castle near Rye, East Sussex (Photo: Barbara van Cleve [CC BY-SA 4.0])
Camber Castle near Rye, East Sussex (Photo: Barbara van Cleve [CC BY-SA 4.0])
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