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Bramber Castle

Bramber Category Historic Sites
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Bramber Castle is the remains of a Norman castle on the banks of the River Adur, founded by William de Braose c. 1075. The earthworks are dominated by a towering wall of the keep-gatehouse.

Free Entry.

Please note: Dogs on leads are welcome. Limited parking is available. 

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