The Seven Wonders of The Weald
The Seven Wonders of the Weald are a group of unique places to visit and only a short drive from one another, offering ample opportunity to discover and enjoy several attractions while visiting and staying in the area.
From the beautiful gardens at Chiddingstone Castle to the magic of The Enchanted Forest at Groombridge Place, there is plenty to choose from to plan one day or several days out.
Grand gardens and adventure await
The Seven Wonders of The Weald include award winners Chiddingstone Castle, Biddenden Vineyard, Hole Park and Groombridge Place, as well as National Trust owned Scotney Castle, The Kent & East Sussex Railway and Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Royal Tunbridge Wells acts as the gateway to the Wonders where you can plan your day at the Tourist Information Centre and soak up the historic Pantiles.
The Kent & East Sussex Railway runs steam and old diesel trains from Tenterden to Bodiam with popular themes like Thomas the Tank Engine and the 1940s.
Biddenden Vineyard is Kent’s oldest commercial vineyard, also producing cider and fresh fruit juices in a rural part of the Weald, just a 35 minute drive from Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Hole Park Gardens provides a beautiful and tranquil escape into a garden full of colour with the glorious display of spring flowers followed by the spectacular display of bluebells and autumn colours.
All of the attractions have a programme of activities - summer concerts, sports and charity events, art, craft and garden shows, historical re-enactments and a full programme of children's events during school holidays.
Take a look with the What’s On Search box to the right.
You can save with the Seven Wonders of the Weald Annual Pass which is valid for 12 months from date of purchase.
Each annual pass gives discounted entry as well as special offers to the attractions.
You can buy the pass from Tunbridge Wells Tourist Information Centre.