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Kent tourism pass allowing discounted entry to some of the finest attractions in the Tunbridge Wells region
Set in the beautiful Weald of Kent, Penshurst Place & Gardens and the surrounding estate have stood on the banks…
A fine working Smock Mill and one of tallest in the country.
A wonderful Victorian interior with fine stained glass windows by William Morris and Sir Edward Burne Jones.
Owned by Knights, courtiers to Henry VIII and society Victorians, this moated manor dates from 1320
See the controversial Piper window at this 14th century church in the Wealden village of Lamberhurst.
These magnificent rocks are steeped in history dating back millions of years.
St. Mary's contains a collection of monuments to the great and the good of the past.
Beautiful childhood home of Anne Boleyn and later of Lord Astor with stunning gardens and fantastic events.
St. Dunstan's is an unusually large church known as 'the Cathedral of the Weald'
Great Dixter is an historic house and garden.
Earliest records for Scotney go back to 1137 but it was 1378 that the Old Castle was built in response…