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by train

High speed trains now run from St Pancras station to Ashford International and take just 37 minutes. Change at Ashford International for a train to Rye (18 minutes).

Trains depart from London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Waterloo East (change at Ashford International for Rye). Trains also depart from London Victoria and Gatwick Airport (change at Hastings for Rye).  Rail information: tel 08457 484950

by bus

Bus enquiry line: tel 0870 6082608

by road

Rye is situated on the A259 between Hastings to the west and Folkestone to the east and on the A268 from the north. Visit for a detailed route planner to Rye from your starting destination.

From London/M25 clockwise south over Dartford Bridge, take the M20 to J10 and the A2070 (signposted Brenzett)

From London/M25 Anti-Clockwise south past the M3 head to M25 J5 then take the A21 south to the Flimwell traffic lights where you turn left, stay on this road for 16 miles and you will arrive in Rye.
Upon arrival in Rye, there are many car parks such as follow signs to Rye’s main visitor car park, Gibbet Marsh (210 spaces).

Map of Rye Car Parks

For a downloadable town map see A Pocketful of Rye Visitor Guides

How to Get to Rye in East Sussex

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by taxi

For details of taxi services see them all on the official town website

by sea 

The Harbour of Rye is open to visiting boats. For more information contact the Harbour office, tel 01797 225225 or email

by bicycle

Rye can easily be reached using National Cycle Network Route 2. For further information contact Sustrans Information Line: 0845 113 0065
email  or East Sussex County Council: tel 01273 482652,email

by helicopter

There is one helipad close to the town centre free to those staying at the venue in all case landing is PPR
See Hellipaddy for details

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