What’s On in Kent and Tunbridge Wells. Visit Kent and the Seven Wonders of the Weald this summer to see a collection of some of the finest attractions in the county. Top attractions to visit include Knole in Sevenoaks, Hole Park Gardens, Chiddingstone Castle, Scotney Castle, The Kent & East Sussex Railway, Biddenden Vineyards and Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent

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What’s On when you Visit Kent and Tunbridge Wells

What’s On in Kent.  Our What’s On page provides plenty of inspiration to help you choose from some of the best events taking place around Kent and Royal Tunbridge Wells throughout the summer and beyond.

Visit Tunbridge Wells or stay for a short break as it’s the perfect base from which to explore the Seven Wonders of the Weald.

In summer visitors to Tunbridge Wells can enjoy Jazz and food festivals on the historic Pantiles.  Both the Pantiles, High Street and Royal Victoria Place are perfect for shopping, coffee or lunch at any time of the year.  The town also has two theatres, Trinity Theatre and the Assembly Hall Theatre.  Why not consider combining a visit to the town with some of the best attractions in Kent including Scotney Castle, Biddenden Vineyards, Knole Park in Sevenoaks, the Kent & East Sussex Railway, Chiddingstone Castle or Hole Park Gardens?

If  you are looking to stay in Kent for a short break or longer choose from self catering accommodation through either the Kent & Sussex Holiday Cottages or enquire through the Tunbridge Wells Tourist Information Centre located in the Corn Exchange on the Pantiles.  Or see our accommodation page.

Hotel in Tunbridge Wells include: Hotel Du Vin, Warwick One, The Spa Hotel, The Tunbridge Wells Hotel, Travelodge, Mercure, Best Western and Tunbridge Wells Retreat.

Restaurants in Tunbridge Wells include: Thackeray’s, Cote Brasserie, CAU Steak Restaurant, Hotel Du Vin & Bistro, Bills, Wagamamas, Prezzo, The Giggling Squid, The Tunbridge Wells Bar and Gill, Kai’s Kitchen, Woods on the Pantiles and Pizza Express to name a few…

The town is also blessed with some wonderful coffee shops including Hattons and the Cake Shed on the Pantiles, Juliets on the  High Street.  At the top of town in addition to Independent coffee shops such as Basil there are plenty of well known coffee shop chains.

For other events taking place in Tunbridge Wells visit www.visittunbridgewells.com

Press enquiries to review events at the Seven Wonders of the Weald should be directed to Caroline Edmunds at Pennington PR 

For other ideas of what to do in Kent visit www.visitkent.co.uk