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The common land at Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall comprises 256 acres of woods and heath, famous for their sandstone outcrops and great for exploring.
Tucked away in the tranquil, picturesque Mount Sion area of Tunbridge Wells, The Grove is a peaceful wooded open space complete with a popular playground.
Hidden away in a quiet corner of Tunbridge Wells, this perfect example of a Victorian cemetery is an ethereal haven of biodiversity and tranquility.
Savour the true Garden of England on this route, which runs on small country lanes through the High Weald, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The sheer variety of landscapes, from patchwork fields and small hamlets to steep sided wooded valleys and fast flowing streams, makes the 27.5 mile Tunbridge Wells Circular one of the most popular lo...
Follow the 82 mile Wealdway through the heart of the Kent and Sussex countryside, from the Thames Estury at Gravesend to the popular pier at Eastbourne - a resort which grew in importance with the 18t...
Short circular walk of 0.86 miles (1.4km) around the historic common on tarmac paths. Public toilets close to the start and cafes within easy reach. Suitable for buggies.
Featuring open fields, a wooded Local Nature Reserve and a skate park, Hilbert Recreation Ground is the perfect accompaniment to the adjoining Grosvenor Recreation Ground.
Very popular with local walkers, the steep banks here are home to a number of non-native tree species and a variety of wildflowers in spring.
Adjacent to and featuring the famous High Rocks of Tunbridge Wells, Friezland Wood is a hidden gem of dense woodland overhung with interesting geological formations.
The popular Grosvenor Recreation Ground might be small, but it packs a lot in – sports facilities and a great playground can all be found here.
Hawkenbury Recreation Ground has a good range of facilities for the whole community, including children's play areas, floodlit sports areas, cricket and football pitches.
An elegant, landscaped park set in central Tunbridge Wells near the train station, Calverley Grounds can also boast sports facilities, a cafe and ornamental gardens.
Barnett's Wood - Tunbridge Wells' first Local Nature Reserve - is a valuable educational resource, and an enjoyable rural environment close to the town centre.