Eridge Towers

The Eridge Towers stand in a forest north east of the town of Crowborough, in the county of East Sussex in England.

The Eridge Towers were built as follies (structures without a particular use, built primarily for decoration) by Henry Nevill, 2nd Earl of Abergavenny in the beginning of the 19th century. They are situated on a wooded ridge in Eridge Park, the historic park of the Nevill Estate. Another folly; Saxonbury Tower, situated in the same park, is nearby.

At present the Eridge Towers can freely be visited. Two cute little towers.


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Eridge Towers

The Eridge Towers stand in a forest north east of the town of Crowborough, in the county of East Sussex in England.

The Eridge Towers were built as follies (structures without a particular use, built primarily for decoration) by Henry Nevill, 2nd Earl of Abergavenny in the beginning of the 19th century. They are situated on a wooded ridge in Eridge Park, the historic park of the Nevill Estate. Another folly; Saxonbury Tower, situated in the same park, is nearby.

At present the Eridge Towers can freely be visited. Two cute little towers.


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