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Places to Visit in Tunbridge Wells

Tunbridge Wells the home town of the Eland Cables FISTF World Cup and the subbuteo world cup 2024 - Friday 20th September to Sunday 22nd September 2024

 

while in Tunbridge Wells for the World Cup and all it's fringe events, you may want to visit some of what this beautiful town has to offer. we have compiled a list of attractions from shopping centres to parks and gardens for you to enjoy.  follow all the links below.

Useful Links

Visit Tunbridge Wells - The Official Tourism Website for Tunbridge Wells - Website Link

Tunbridge Wells Together - Business Improvement District - Website Link

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council - The Official Council Website for Tunbridge Wells - Website Link

Royal Victoria Place - Shopping Centre in Tunbridge Wells - Website Link

Places to visit around Tunbridge Wells

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Visit The Pantiles

The Pantiles is an area of 70+ independent stores offering a shopping experience uniquely suited to finding that special something and rarely found in other shopping centres. Almost entirely all owner-run there are a variety of specialist shops, art galleries, cafés, restaurants and bars each offering their own particular style of trading. Festivals involving Jazz, Food and Fashion are frequent along with fortnightly Farmers' and Craft Markets showcasing the best of the region's talent. Immerse yourself in the 400 year old history of the location brilliantly reflected in the elegant tree flanked colonnaded walkway. Summer months also present visitors with the opportunity to sample the waters of the Chalybeate (pronounced Ka-lee-bee-at) Spring whose discovery back in 1606 marked the beginning of Royal Tunbridge Wells.

For more information, please follow the link

The Pantiles Website 

Visit Royal Victoria Place

Royal Victoria Place is a light and airy shopping centre with a very good selection of shops to suit all tastes and needs. It's both wheelchair and pushchair friendly and there's an adjoining car park which is accessible by both lifts and stairs. There's places to eat and there's plenty of seating dotted about. There are many high street chains including Urban Outfitters, a large M&S store (including a food hall), WH Smith, Next, Oliver Bonas, Boots, Sports Direct, Superdry, Hotel Chocolat, Lush, The Body Shop, French Connection, Bird & Blend Tea Co.

For more information, please follow the link below

Royal Victoria Place Website

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Visit The Amelia Scott Museum

Whether you are popping in for a few minutes to talk to an advisor, paying a bill or perhaps planning a longer visit to see and experience all that The Amelia has to offer - this newly renovated building offers a full programme of cultural events and activities so you won’t be short of things to do. Maybe you’ll visot one of our libraries to pick up your next best read, or, if it’s been a while, fall in love with reading all over again. During your visit, why not also relax and enjoy a treat in our new café, which is managed by coffee experts, Fine Grind. We’ll be ready to say hello when you visit! Open seven days a week (excluding bank holidays)

For more information, please follow the link below
The Amelia Scott Website

Visit Scotney Castle & Gardens

Enjoy our Picturesque garden with its glorious fairytale medieval castle and Victorian country mansion backdrop. Discover the many treasures of this well-loved family home, stroll around the walled kitchen garden and see what's growing, or venture onto the estate and start exploring the 780 acres of open parkland and ancient woodland.

For more Information please follow the link below
The Scotney Castle & Gardens Website

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Visit The Trinity Theatre

Trinity is recognised as a vibrant cultural hub situated in the heart of Tunbridge Wells, offering a varied seasonal programme, inspiring all age groups with our vision leading on enriching lives and promoting cultural togetherness.

We are perhaps best known for theatrical productions, stand-up comedy (you’ve got to get your hands on a club night ticket), live music and cinema, but we offer so much more! Our art gallery is an event space like no other, supporting local artists, used by colleges and art schools alike for their end of year shows; we are also hired by private galleries of note wishing to test the market. Trinity is acknowledged as one of the leading, award-winning, cultural venues in the South East of England and we have a demographic reach unlike any other in West Kent.We are both a commercial proposition and a charitable organisation – with community front and centre.

For more information, please follow the link below
The Trinity Theatre Website

Visit Calverley Grounds

Located in the town centre, this popular and historic park has attractive lawns and ornamental gardens, including an Italianate garden and welcoming café that is open 9am-5pm, seven days a week.

For more Information please follow the link below

The Calverley Grounds Website

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