Your culture attendant: things to do in Royal Tunbridge Wells


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The ruins of Tonbridge Castle (including its impressive gatehouse) give some idea of how important this place was to the area inmedieval times. But to get a better idea, take one of the regular tours and discover tales of kings, knights and ne'er-do-wells, including the story of Archbishop Thomas Becket.
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