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Part of our Guided Walk

Interesting church,part of our guided walk. Find the 'brolly stand' upstairs! Looks nothing from... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2018
Malcolm H
Colchester, United Kingdom
Interesting church

We visited this church with friends and family. It was a very cold and snowy day but the church was... read more

Reviewed 23 March 2018
Peter J
Chichester, United Kingdom
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King Charles Church Hall 3 Warwick Park | Tunbridge Wells, Royal Tunbridge Wells TN2 5TA, England
+44 1892 511745
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Reviewed 10 September 2018

Interesting church,part of our guided walk. Find the 'brolly stand' upstairs! Looks nothing from the outside.

Thank Malcolm H
Reviewed 23 March 2018

We visited this church with friends and family. It was a very cold and snowy day but the church was warm and the ladies there were very friendly and helpful. This is an interesting church with a lovely icon of the Virgin and child.

Thank Peter J
Reviewed 10 March 2018

Well worth a visit this lovely church is lit by some huge windows, has lovely pews and is just elegant, do stop and have a look on your way to or from the Pantiles.

Thank PeglegSussex
Reviewed 8 November 2017

This is a gem in Tunbridge Wells. Going down to The Pantiles you could almost miss it but stop and pay attention. The interior is a must to see.

Thank Paul T
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

This church is redolent of the early life of Tunbridge Wells and its royal and royalist C17th allegiance and importance. A rare specimen in design, very fine plasterwork ceiling., just opposite the iconic Pantiles.

Thank Andrew J
Reviewed 28 July 2017

Discovered by Blue Badge guide taking us there. Sir Christopher Wren craftsmen created the beautiful ceiling and Queen Victoria liked to attend the chapel.

Thank 284scb
Reviewed 18 July 2017

From the outside this looks to be a very uninteresting church, but the interior is amazing. The plasterwork in the ceiling is exceptional and the galleries and the pews just go to make it quite an extraordinary. We were greeted by two very friendly ladies...More

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Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Lovely position: In some respects the exterior is more pleasing than the general feel once inside, where time has taken its toll: but the plasterwork is exceptional.

Thank DavidTaylor45
Reviewed 2 May 2017

I went to this church during a visit to Royal Tunbridge Wells. The church was the first permanent building in the town from 1676. It has since that time grown to it's present size. Well worth a visit.

Thank B7152FJpeterw
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Lovely local community. Friendly vicar. I live going there for Christmas carols and Christmas service

Thank Lena M
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