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  • 1 The Pantiles Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The Pantiles GB - Royal Tunbridge Wells TN1

    The arcades of these houses make for a picturesque walk. The Bath Pavilion (1804) has a ferruginous source. The Corn Exchange (1802), which was formerly a theatre, has doric columns and on its roof, Ceres, goddess of the harvest. The music gallery is..

  • 2 Calverley Park Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Calverley GB - Royal Tunbridge Wells TN1 2SH

    This is not really a park, but a neo-classical new town built by Decimus Burton. Inspired by Bath , it is homogeneous but not uniform, exuberant in size but simple in style; go to Calverley Park Crescent to enjoy the view.

  • 3 Scotney Castle Garden

    Nature and gardens

    Tunbridge Wells GB - Lamberhurst TN3 8JN

    Scotney Castle Garden was laid out in the 19C to form a picturesque landscaped composition. From a bastion near the Victorian stone mansion there is a splendid view of the steep valley sides, luxuriant trees and shrubs, the moated ruin of a medieval ..

  • 4 Church of King Charles the Martyr

    Religious buildings

    The Pantiles GB - Royal Tunbridge Wells TN1

    At the end of the Pantiles, this is a lesson in modesty and adaptation. Built in 1678, the church was changed into a square shape in 1696, with the interior remodelled by Henry Doogood, Wren's plasterer.

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