A relaxing retreat with a team of therapists, ready to massage, offer facials, beautify and provide body treatments from 25 minutes to all day long.
Breakfast, cakes, snacks, sandwiches, desserts in a delightful café in the centre of Cranbrook
Inter-active displays, life size models, dramatic lighting, special effects and a personal audio tour excitingly re-create the life and atmosphere of Tonbridge Castle over 700 years.
Gulliver’s Play Café makes fresh food for kids and grown-ups that will tantalise your tastebuds.
Beautiful childhood home of Anne Boleyn and later of Lord Astor with stunning gardens and fantastic events.
We’re Good to Go quality mark
Owned by Knights, courtiers to Henry VIII and society Victorians, this moated manor dates from 1320 reflecting seven centuries of history from the Medieval crypt, to a 1950’s library.
Comfortable, boutique cinema showing art house and mainstream film as well as live or recorded opera and ballet with café
Set in a tranquil garden and housed in a delightful timber-framed building dating from 1480, the museum contains some 6,000 exhibits encapsulating the Cranbrook of times past.
Cranbrook Museum opening times 2021:
- Wed & Sat afternoons from 19 May at 2pm-4.30pm until 19 June.
- From 22 June, Tues- Sat inclusive 2pm-4.30pm.
- In August, Sundays and bank holidays are added to the schedule, open at the same times.
- Winter timetable to be confirmed.
Multi-screen out of town cinema.
Unusual 17th century parish church with a superb plasterwork ceiling by Sir Christopher Wren’s chief plasterer, Henry Doogood.