Edes House was built at the end of the 17th Century for local maltster John Edes and his wife Hannah. This Grade 1 listed building in the heart of Chichester has been carefully restored and contains a wonderful collection of paintings and decorative ornaments.
The exquisite detailing throughout the house, such as Renaissance-style finishes to windows and doors, lead-paned transom windows and eye-catching fireplaces, ensure a wonderfully evocative ambiance and is now open for tours with our experienced tour guide.
Join us in the wonderful foyer from 10.30 am for tea, coffee and cake before Hilly shows you round this beautiful building and find out little anecdotes and stories of Chichester and how we used to live. Tour starts 11am.