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Attraction in Battle

Yesterday

Yesterday's World
Opposite Battle Abbey
89-90 High Street

Battle
Sussex

TN33 0AQ | View map
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Step back in time with a visit to award winning Yesterday's World in Battle

Yesterday's World's is a wonderful trip down memory lane with lovingly recreated rooms and shops from the past 100 years with over 120,000 items of everyday memorabilia bringing the sights, sounds and even smells of the past back to life.

A separate Royalty exhibition of memorabilia includes an original letter written by Queen Elizabeth about meeting Prince Phillip, a replica crown jewel collection, and interactive displays where Queen Victoria herself talks about life in her reign.

To add to the fun, there's a 1930s tearoom overlooking lovely secure child-friendly gardens where visitors can sit and relax while children explore a play village with a model school, castle and church.

Yesterday's World is a great venue for visiting on sunny or rainy days and is located in the centre of Battle across from historic Battle Abbey, site of the Battle of Hastings.

Details

Months Open: All year, 7 days a week, 9.30 - 17.00/18.00
Closed Dec 25/26 & Jan 1
Please check for closing times & operational facilities before visiting
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Phone 01424 893938
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £7
Children/Special Needs: £5
OAPs/Students: £6
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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