Have a Royal Time in Tunbridge Wells

Castle, Kent, EnglandTravelling can improve your health and give you peace of mind, so many people try to take one at least once a year. They often plan to see a new place with family or friends and experience the attractions and activities the place offers.

One place many people often do not consider is Tunbridge Wells. Officially known as the Royal Tunbridge Wells, it is one of a few towns in England to hold a royal title. It is a place that is worth a visit when you want to relax and spend time with your family and friends. You can walk down the Pantiles walkway and dine in one of the many restaurants in the area.

The Pantiles

Known as the heart of the town, the Pantiles is a Georgian colonnade with some of the prettiest buildings in the city. It is now a thriving collection of shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants where everyone can spend the day shopping and dining. Tunbridge Wells pubs like the Barn Pub & Restaurant often see a lot of visitors who want to experience the city’s atmosphere.

Parks and Walks

As well as being in the heart of ‘the garden of England’ and surrounded by beautiful countryside there are many parks and great outdoor spaces within Tunbridge Wells. One of these places is Ashdown Forest, which is only a 30-minute drive from Tunbridge Wells. The Forest is well-known for its long history as well as its association with AA Milne’s Winnie the Pooh stories.

Music

Tunbridge Wells is also popular for its lively music scene. The Forum is one of the top music venues in the UK, with a capacity of around 250 people, it is an intimate place where you get to witness up-and-coming singers and bands. Many popular singers such as Adele and Ellie Goulding started their career in the Forum.

Shopping

Tunbridge Wells is a perfect place for shopping. The Pantiles and the High Streets are perfect for buying fresh produce and unique wares from independent shops. Royal Victoria Place offers you selections from fashion, technology and some of UK’s biggest brand names.

Tunbridge Wells has been a popular vacation spot for 400 years, not only for its great forests, parks, spas, and shopping district but also the relaxing activities and scenery in the area.