Royal Tunbridge Wells
In the 18th Century, anybody who was anybody went to Tunbridge Wells for the 'Season'. Follow in their footsteps to explore the Pantiles, maybe even take the water and look at the effect these people had on the town. Today it is a place of great 'Englishness'. We can see the church dedicated to Charles, King and Martyr and talk about 'disgusted' of Tunbridge Wells. It is possible to combine this visit with going on to see Chartwell, the country home of Winston Churchill the 20th century British prime minister.