The Amelia Scott is an integrated service facility housing a range of arts, heritage, culture and well-being services. The building houses both The Amelia services and Kent Adult Education services, providing a unique and innovative experience for visitors. Housed in the former museum, library and adult education buildings, this massive redevelopment has been funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts Council England, The Garfield Weston Foundation and South East Local Enterprise Partnership as well as Kent County Council and Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.
Visitors to The Amelia are able to explore exciting temporary exhibitions, discover the fascinating history of Tunbridge Wells and the wider borough, access library services and feed their creativity with hands-on arts and heritage experiences.
For more information about The Amelia Scott, please visit their website: theamelia.co.uk