Henry VIII gave this beautiful timber-framed house to Anne of Cleves, his fourth wife, as part of her divorce settlement. It's an outstanding example of a late medieval building. The kitchen, parlour and bedroom are authentically furnished for the period and the house also contains the quirky Museum of Lewes History and the Wealden Iron Gallery illustrating this local Tudor industry. The pretty garden behind is inspired by Tudor planting schemes. The café and Tudor tea garden is also open to non-museum visitors.