Church of St Mary the Virgin
Rye's church is a hotchpotch of medieval and later styles, and its turret clock is the oldest in England (1561) still working with its...
Just off Church Sq stands the sandcastle-esque Ypres Tower (pronounced 'wipers'). You can scramble through the 13th-century building to...
This Georgian town house is a favourite stomping ground for local apparitions, but its most famous resident was American writer Henry...
Inside a renovated antiques warehouse with simple and delicious locally sourced seafood and fish dishes.
At the northeastern edge of the town, this thickset pale-stone tower dating from 1329 is the only remaining gate out of four and is still in use. The name comes from the fact that, when first built, it was the only gate linking the town to the mainland at high tide.