Rottingdean Grange


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Museums
Rottingdean


Title: Rottingdean Grange
Description: Rottingdean has had a number of famous residents and The Grange, which is an early Georgian house, contains displays dedicated to the area and its inhabitants. Once a vicarage, it was occupied by artist Sir William Nicolson (before the First World War) who named it 'The Grange'. Enlarged in the 1920's by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the building has been leased to the Rottingdean Preservation Society since 1994 and contains a library, museum and gallery. Rudyard Kipling lived in Rottingdean for some years (in The Elms just across the green from The Grange) and the museum includes a life-sized model of Kipling inside a reconstruction of his study.

Address: The Green, Rottingdean, Brighton, East Sussex
Post Code: BN2 7HA