Churches & Abbeys
The Tunbridge Wells area is rich in ecclesiastical heritage and architecture and has some of the finest examples of churches in Kent.
From the splendid plasterwork ceiling of King Charles the Martyr in Royal Tunbridge Wells and the beautiful collection of stained glass at All Saints' in Tudeley, to the magnificent 'Cathedral of the Weald', St Dunstan's in Cranbrook.
This is just a small selection of some of the most interesting and historically significant Tunbridge Wells churches to visit.
Further details of other fascinating churches in Kent can be found in 'On the Wealden Churches Trail', an informative pocket guide to 13 of the most interesting churches in the area.
A PDF version of this leaflet is available upon request from the Tourist Information Centre.
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