Lamb House

An 18th century house which was home to Henry James from 1898 to 1916. He wrote many of his novels in a garden house which was unfortunately destroyed in a WWII air raid in 1940. The museum now houses some of Henry James's personal belongings. The house was later home to another author, E.F. Benson. He is mainly known for his Mapp and Lucia series which are recognizably based on Rye.

Location
Address: West Street
Postcode: TN31 7ES
Town/city or near: Rye
County: East Sussex
Admission
Adults: 2.90
Children: 1.40

National Trust

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